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Wiki signups

Postby counting_pine » Aug 11, 2017 8:57

Signups for the wiki have been disabled for the time being, due to spammers.
If you want a wiki account, post here, giving the md5sum of a password you want, and when I get a moment I will add you to the database.
It is recommended to change your password once you log in, so that the wiki can salt your password hash, and so that the md5 of your personal password is not publicly available.
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Re: Wiki signups

Postby Tourist Trap » Aug 11, 2017 19:47

counting_pine wrote:If you want a wiki account, post here, giving the md5sum of a password you want, and when I get a moment I will add you to the database.

Hi, if it can help, https://duckduckgo.com/ will compute the MD5 just by typing something like :

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hello md5sum

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5d41402abc4b2a76b9719d911017c592
MD5 hex hash: hello


Of course in one sense you will give up your password to duckduckgo, but it should be quite safe overall, and if we change it once logged, no issue at all.
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Re: Wiki signups

Postby deltarho[1859] » Aug 12, 2017 16:47

Here is another way for MD5 computation. Requires Windows Vista or later. Should work with a Linux distro plus Wine but I have not tested it.

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#include once "windows.bi"
#include once "win/bcrypt.bi"
#inclib "bcrypt"
#include once "win/wincrypt.bi"
#inclib "crypt32"

Function MD5( sText As String ) As String
Dim As Byte Ptr phalg, phhash
Dim As Ulong lhashlength, lresult, nlength
Dim As String sbinhash, shex
 
  BCryptOpenAlgorithmProvider Varptr(phalg), wstr("MD5"), 0, 0 ' we want phalg
  BCryptCreateHash phalg, @phhash, null, 0, 0, 0, 0 ' we want phhash
  BCryptHashData( phhash, Strptr( stext), Len( stext ), 0 )
  BCryptGetProperty phalg, bcrypt_hash_length, Cast ( Puchar, @lhashlength ), 4, @lresult, 0
  sbinhash = String$( lhashlength, 0 )
  BCryptFinishHash phhash, Strptr( sbinhash ), lhashlength, 0
  BCryptDestroyHash phhash
  BCryptCloseAlgorithmProvider phalg, 0
   nlength = Len(sbinhash)*2 + 1 ' + 1 to accomodate a null terminator
  shex = Space$( nlength )
  CryptBinaryToStringA Strptr(sbinhash), Len(sbinhash), crypt_string_hexraw + crypt_string_nocrlf, _
  Strptr(shex), @nlength ' at msdn nlength 'out' is len(sbinhash) * 2, so
  Return Left$( shex, nlength )
End Function

Print MD5("hello")

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Re: Wiki signups

Postby AGS » Aug 12, 2017 22:46

Username: AgSwikki
MD5 : 08321291bc1d072828a14a2321db2df2

MD5 created with md5sum.
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Re: Wiki signups

Postby PaulSquires » Aug 12, 2017 23:33

Username: PaulSquires
Password: 2273AD75B058D5EC02DC74F0CC04F827

MD5 created from http://onlinemd5.com
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Re: Wiki signups

Postby D.J.Peters » Aug 14, 2017 9:12

user: D.J.Peters
md5: F86043FD8DC29A4C842CFAFAE1A0DA76
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Re: Wiki signups

Postby fxm » Aug 14, 2017 9:30

Even the older ones have lost their access rights !
Would I be a favored ?
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Re: Wiki signups

Postby counting_pine » Aug 15, 2017 14:12

Ok, I've changed the above.
D.J.Peters, your wiki name is DjPeters - is that ok?
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Re: Wiki signups

Postby D.J.Peters » Aug 15, 2017 15:36

counting_pine wrote:D.J.Peters, your wiki name is DjPeters - is that ok?
YES

Joshy
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Re: Wiki signups

Postby D.J.Peters » Aug 20, 2017 22:40

I can't login I tryed both DjPeters and DJPeters ?

md5 of DjPeters: D7D589ECF2D0621BCEC305D00A0A6043

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Re: Wiki signups

Postby AGS » Aug 21, 2017 1:43

@councting_pine
I was able to log in to the wiki several times (at least on two different dates using my new password) but now the wiki does not accept my password any more. I am 100% sure the password I am using to log in is correct. Since I cannot reset the password myself I have little choice but to ask you, counting_pine, to help me out (again).

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Username: AgSwikki
MD5sum: 49fbfc3ea6fa38bb2ac64a811c5b5f9a


Hopefully this is the last time my password needs resetting.
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Re: Wiki signups

Postby counting_pine » Aug 22, 2017 11:31

Strange.. Your old password hash was (at a glance) the same one I gave you.
Were you getting the same error you'd get if you tried to log in with an invalid user/password?

I made the wiki use HTTPS redirects a couple days ago, don't know if that's related..
Anyway, I've given you the new hash you've requested. Does it work now?
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Re: Wiki signups

Postby St_W » Aug 22, 2017 11:50

counting_pine wrote:I made the wiki use HTTPS redirects a couple days ago, [...]
Thank you! Could you also use HTTPS for the embedded sourceforge image in the footer (at least when HTTPS is used for accessing the site, as Firefox shows a "Parts of this page are not secure" warning otherwise) ?
The current address is: http://sourceforge.net/sflogo.php?group ... 342&type=1
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Re: Wiki signups

Postby counting_pine » Aug 23, 2017 11:34

OK, I've changed those links, and the sf.net logo, to use https:// now.
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Re: Wiki signups

Postby counting_pine » Aug 23, 2017 12:11

Sorry Joshy, I missed your post.
I've realised the database saves md5s in lower case. I've tried changing your md5 accordingly. Perhaps that will fix it. (Also for PaulSquires.)

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