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passlib.hash.ldap_other - Non-Standard RFC2307 Hashes

This section as a catch-all for a number of password hash formats supported by Passlib which use RFC 2307 style encoding, but are not part of any standard.

See also

Hexadecimal Digests

All of the digests specified in RFC 2307 use base64 encoding. The following are non-standard versions which use hexadecimal encoding, as is found in some applications.

class passlib.hash.ldap_hex_md5

hexadecimal version of ldap_md5, this is just the md5 digest of the password.

an example hash (of password) is {MD5}5f4dcc3b5aa765d61d8327deb882cf99.

class passlib.hash.ldap_hex_sha1

hexadecimal version of ldap_sha1, this is just the sha1 digest of the password.

an example hash (of password) is {SHA}5baa61e4c9b93f3f0682250b6cf8331b7ee68fd8.

Other Hashes

class passlib.hash.roundup_plaintext

RFC 2307 specifies plaintext passwords should be stored without any identifying prefix. This class implements an alternate method used by the Roundup Issue Tracker [1], which (when storing plaintext passwords) uses the identifying prefix {plaintext}.

an example hash (of password) is {plaintext}password.


[1]Roundup Issue Tracker homepage -