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  1. Hi Everyone, I just had a few questions about the encryption function crypt(). If I was to do crypt($_POST['password'],CRYPT_BLOWFISH) , assuming I had just sent through a password from the form on the previous page it would return an Blowfish encrypted string. If I then used mysql to write it to my database, how, when the user logs in, would I compare the password that they have entered in the login form to the password in the database. If I compared password to the query result from the database I assume it would return that the strings do not match. My question is how would I go about comparing these two values? Is there a decrypt function that I could use to unencrypt the information from the database so that I could compare the given password with the password in the database? Thanks in advance for any help, advice or ideas! Timothy
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