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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.
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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*[http://passwordmaker.sourceforge.net/downloads/php.html Download]
== Mobile Edition ==
== Mobile Edition ==

Revision as of 03:07, 1 October 2007

These editions of PasswordMaker are made with PHP.

PHP Edition

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 mHash PHP library for the one-way hash algorithms. Currently in PasswordMaker Source Control (Subversion), there's a version that is written to allow this edition to run on servers without mHash since many hosting companies do not offer this library.

Mobile Edition

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.

FAQ

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