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  1. When i use SHA 512 Passwords in froxlor they (sometimes) don't seem to be written correctly into the froxlor DB, they appear to be "cut off". Example: i set an FTP-Account for my user "test" to "Password0815!" with SHA 512 selected and it results in "$6$79lV@Ef", that is obviously way to short. Further testing shows that this is unrelated to SHA512 any encryption setting will do this it just appears to happen more often with SHA 512. "sometimes" the full hash appears in my froxlor DB, and then (just updating an FTP user password with the SAME password again) the hash is cut off and hence the user cant login. I can do that 6 times and at least 2 times the hash is cut-off. I am not quite sure how i can investigate this further, any hints are appreciated. System is deb 7 with nginx + php-fpm
  2. Hi, I want to give my customers the possibility to change their EMail passwords on their own (EMail Users do not have a froxlor account). The credentials are stored in "mail_users " but I have problems identifying the encryption method. The format as I understand it is. $1$SALT$MD5HASH I tried "Salt"+"Password" and "Password"+"Salt" but I get different Hashs than those in the Database.
  3. Hallo zusammen, ich suche nach einer Alternative f?r die weggefallene Backup-Funktion. Kann mir da zuf?llig jemand einen Tipp geben? Ich wei?, dass es unz?hlige Backup-Programme gibt (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_backup_software), jedoch stehe ich bei mysql vor einem wirklichen R?tsel, da ich den dump gerne verschl?sselt h?tte. das Programm meiner Wahl (mysqldumper) kann dies leider nicht bzw. nur das Verzeichnis verschl?sseln, in den die Backups gespeichert werden. F?r Daten wurde mir duplicity empfohlen. hier scheint auch eine Verschl?sselung m?glich zu sein. Bei mir l?uft Debian 7 mit Froxlor 0.9.32. Bitte beachtet, dass ich kein wirklicher Linux Freak bin und ich meist mit Anleitungen arbeite, die man zu 100% nachvollziehen kann (egal ob englisch oder deutsch). Danke f?r Eure Tipps und Gru?, Afox
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