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These editions of PasswordMaker are made with PHP.
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The PHP / Mobile edition of PasswordMaker was the first command line version of PasswordMaker. Soon after, a mobile edition was released with the base code of the PHP edition used to allow people to use PasswordMaker on their mobile phones. As of version 1.4, the two editions are now released as one. Instructions for using them are the same, but there's an extra file to use
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* [http://downloads.sourceforge.net/passwordmaker/passwordmaker-php-1.5.zip Download 1.5 ZIP]
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* [http://downloads.sourceforge.net/passwordmaker/passwordmaker-php-1.5.tar.gz Download 1.5 TAR.GZ]
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* [http://downloads.sourceforge.net/passwordmaker/passwordmaker-php-1.5.tar.bz2 Download 1.5 TAR.BZ2]
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* [http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=158071&package_id=185934 Soureforge group]
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== PHP Edition ==
== PHP Edition ==
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PasswordMaker for PHP can be run from the command-line (php cli) or used on a webserver (php cgi). To run from the command-line, enter ''php passwordmaker.php arg=value...'' (for CLI version) or ''php -q passwdmaker.php arg=value...'' (for CGI version).
 
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Only need passwordmaker.php and passwordmaker_class.php to run
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This is the first of the PHP editions, and was never really meant to be standalone. [[ Miquel Fire]] had looked at the source for the [[JavaScript Edition]] and ported the password making algorithms to PHP. Initially, the base classes used the [http://mhash.sourceforge.net/ mHash] PHP library for the one-way hash algorithms. Currently in [http://svn.passwordmaker.org/ PasswordMaker Source Control] (Subversion), there's a version that is written to allow this edition to run on servers without [http://mhash.sourceforge.net/ mHash] since many hosting companies do not offer this library.
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Many thanks to Pedro Gimeno Fortea and Miquel Burns.
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*[http://passwordmaker.sourceforge.net/downloads/php.html Download]
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* [http://passwordmaker.sourceforge.net/downloads/php.html Old Download Page]
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== Mobile Edition ==
== Mobile Edition ==
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Download the Mobile Edition to use on your own web server. Simply expand the zip archive in your web server's document root, then navigate to it from your mobile device. Since the page submits raw PasswordMaker settings over HTTP and the password is sent back in plain text to your phone, we highly recommend securing the page with HTTPS. Alternatively, you can always use it online right here at [http://m.passwordmaker.org http://m.passwordmaker.org] ''(no longer SSL)''.
 
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Only need mobile.xhtml, mobile-submit.php and passwordmaker_class.php to run
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This edition was made as a way to allow mobile phone users to being able to use PasswordMaker. Currently it's setup to post the parameters to the server and return a password. It is also implemented with PHP.
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* [http://passwordmaker.sourceforge.net/downloads/mobile.html Old Download Page]
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==FAQ==
==FAQ==
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== Changes ==
 
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=== Version 1.5 ===
 
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Fixed HMAC-SHA-256 issue [http://forums.passwordmaker.org/index.php/topic,1485 described here]
 
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=== Version 1.4.1 ===
 
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* Defaults on Mobile side matches Firefox extension (command line already matched)
 
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=== Version 1.4 ===
 
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* Able to run without mHash. Will use mHash if it's there. (Not used with the buggy HMAC-SHA256 however.)
 
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* Combined Mobile Edition for releases
 
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* Fixed bug with arbitrary length passwords.
 
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