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What you mean by "encrypt the values from the database"?

Rafael
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Hello,

I use the encryption technique wich comes with JForum en it works when I put data in my database. But now I cannot encrypt this. Does anyone now how to encrypt the values from the database.

I use the MD5.crypt(); from JForum.

Thnx,

Henk
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I mean decrypt values from the database. When I insert the value with the MD5.crypt(); in the database the value is an encrypted value. When I retrieve this data, I got it in a String so the encryted data is on my webpage.

Now mine question is how te decypt it so it is in plain text again.

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It's not possible to decode MD5 hashes.

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