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Online Encryption Password Generator

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Copy and paste this line into your .htpasswd file

How to use this tool :
  • First, input your own desire Username in Username field; next, select type of "Algorithm"; then, AFTER input your own desire password in Password field, just click the button "Encrypt password"; otherwise, just select the length of characters then click on the button "Generate random password"
  • In .htpasswd file, there is only 1 pair of user:pass per line; for example, if you have user1 with pass1, user2 with pass2, and user3 with pass3, the content of .htpasswd should be as follows:
  • # Sample .htpasswd file
  • While .htpasswd file should be outside protected folders, put .htaccess file in folder you want to protect, and in this sample, .htpasswd file is stored in folder C:/wamp/www/protections, and you can also change "Restricted Area" with your own words
  • # Sample .htaccess file infolder C:/wamp/www/test
    AuthName "Restricted Area"
    AuthType Basic
    AuthUserFile C:/wamp/www/protections/.htpasswd
    require valid-user

    About encrypting algorithms :

  • None (use plaintext passwords) : The Apache httpd daemon will only accept plain text passwords on Windows, Netware and TPF.
  • Crypt : DES-based algorithm. Accepted by all Unix HTTP servers, but not supported by the Apache httpd server on Windows, Netware and TPF. Note that only the first 8 characters of the password are used to form the password with this algorithm. If the supplied password is longer, the extra characters will be silently discarded.
  • MD5 : The MD5 algorithm used by htpasswd is specific to the Apache software; passwords encrypted using it will not be usable with other Web servers.
    The MD5 encryption takes a couple of seconds.
  • SHA-1 : Use SHA-1 encryption for passwords. Facilitates migration from/to Netscape servers using the LDAP Directory Interchange Format (ldif).
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