[Fedora-directory-users] MD5 for password hashes

Rich Megginson rmeggins at redhat.com
Thu Jul 7 14:39:41 UTC 2005


Sam Tran wrote:

>Hi all,
>
>I compiled FDS from the latest sources.
>
>I migrated a user entry from OpenLDAP to FDS as a test. For that user
>entry I tried different password hash schemes for the userPassword
>attribute and checked if it was successfully migrated to FDS. Here are
>the results:
>  
>
Did you run this script first - 
http://www.directory.fedora.redhat.com/download/openLDAP2Fedora.pl - to 
migrate the data that used MD5 passwords?

>{CRYPT} --> OK
>(MD5} --> FAILED
>{SMD5} --> FAILED
>{MD5CRYPT} --> OK
>{SHA} --> OK
>{SSHA} --> OK
>
>I thought that FDS supported MD5 password hash. Did I miss something?
>  
>
Not sure.  I would have expected {MD5} to work but not {MD5CRYPT}.  See 
above.

>Thanks in advance.
>
>Sam
>
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