Alex V. wrote:
> You said :
>
>
>> I want to thank you for the great response. I have played with all of
>> your suggestions and I understand the process much more now.
>>
>> I do have to say that using the PASSWORD() function is NOT working with
>> SQLAuthtypes Backend. However, using Encrypt with SQLAuthtypes Crypt is
>> working fine.
>>
>> No matter which way I try it, the PASSWORD() option is causing failed
>> logins. But when i change to the Crypt method, its works perfectly. I
>> tried the password() method both from the mysql prompt just like you
>> posted and from phpmyadmin with the same results. I also tried the
>> Crypt method both ways and it works fine.
>>
>> I will keep playing with it because from what I have read, the
>> password() encryption is a little stronger than the crypt(3).
>>
>> Has anyone else experienced this problem?
>>
>> Mark
>>

>
> Hi,
>
> Just to be clear, I never used MySQL auth into proftpd, so I don't know on
> which crypt method it is based...
>
> I just said using PASSWORD() function, based on AzurIt Post (09-09-2006 /
> 15:37)
>
> Perhaps is this method not working and was he meaning the crypt ones instead.
>
> Alex
>
>
>

Im not sure. But i've been testing all day and Crypt is the only one
working. password() does not work. Maybe its a bug?

Mark

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