[pmwiki-users] [AuthUser] Is there a way that users can change their password for themselves
martin at kerz.org
Sun Sep 30 09:04:57 CDT 2007
Thanks, that's a perfect solution for me.
Am 30.09.2007 um 13:58 schrieb Dominique Faure:
> On 9/29/07, Martin Kerz <martin at kerz.org> wrote:
>> I run several pmwiki based websites. One of them has to do the switch
>> to using AuthUser. My only problem is: I don't want to know personal
>> information, like passwords, of my users. Some, if not most of them,
>> will probably give away passwords that are also used elsewhere.
>> Is there a way that users can change their password to one that is
>> unknown to anyone else? e.g. could there be some kind of encrypted
>> password generator that encrypts their passwords before sending them
>> to me, so that I can enter the encrypted form to SiteAdmin/AuthUser?
>> This would be really helpful.
> You may found an answer at the end of the
> http://www.pmwiki.org/wiki/PmWiki/PasswordsAdmin page, using
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