Incorrect Password

  1. 4 years ago

    effy

    4 Nov 2013 http://twig.slothly.org

    I have the latest version and the latest PHP, etc. I emailed you a while back regarding this, but since generating MD5 password and inserting it into the database, it's still not working.

    I can't log in. :x I haven't even changed my password recently.

    I have pending trade requests I can't do anything with just waiting. :x This happens like every three months and I keep making a new installation, but making a new installation gets really tiring and exhausting. Is there a way to reset my password still? I can give cPanel login if it's easier.

    EasyTCG uses SHA1 (instead of MD5) to generate the password hash.

    You can use the following PHP code to generate a new password hash. Insert your desired login password and the SALT defined in your 'class_lib.php' file. You can run this on a blank PHP page on your own site, or you can just drop it in here: http://writecodeonline.com/php/

    echo sha1('YOUR_PASSWORD' . 'YOUR_SALT');

    Replace your current password in the "Settings" table with the new hash generated by this code.

    If you still can't log in, you can email me your cPanel info (bloo@filler00.com) and I'll take a closer look. :3

  2. Bloo

    4 Nov 2013 Administrator Answer kablooey.net

    EasyTCG uses SHA1 (instead of MD5) to generate the password hash.

    You can use the following PHP code to generate a new password hash. Insert your desired login password and the SALT defined in your 'class_lib.php' file. You can run this on a blank PHP page on your own site, or you can just drop it in here: http://writecodeonline.com/php/

    echo sha1('YOUR_PASSWORD' . 'YOUR_SALT');

    Replace your current password in the "Settings" table with the new hash generated by this code.

    If you still can't log in, you can email me your cPanel info (bloo@filler00.com) and I'll take a closer look. :3

  3. effy

    4 Nov 2013 http://twig.slothly.org

    Emailed. :x

  4. 2 years ago

    I literally just now had this same issue, and I tried the above code and generated a new password hash. Only issue is, I have no idea where in the world to put in the actual code, no one has said anything else about it.

  5. Bloo

    30 Nov 2015 Administrator kablooey.net

    @Kayori You need to log in to your database (most hosts will generally provide access to phpMyAdmin or something similar, which you can use to log in to and access your database), find the "settings" table, and replace the existing password hash.

    There's a more detailed explanation on how to do this here: https://forum.filler00.com/65-new-password-hash

    You might also consider upgrading to v1.1.0-beta-2 , which provides an option to reset your password from the login screen.

    Let me know if you still need help with this!

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