Re: How to implement MD5 password Hash algorithm in Hp-unix 11.31? (624 Views)
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How to implement MD5 password Hash algorithm in Hp-unix 11.31?

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HP unix 11.31 not having /etc/shadow file. Please let me know if any idea about implement the MD5 password hash algorithm for encryption root,grid and oracle users password.

 

 

Regards

 

P.S. This thread has been moved from Operating Systems-HP-UX-General to Security. -HP Forum Moderator

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Re: How to implement MD5 password Hash algorithm in Hp-unix 11.31?

You can implement the /etc/shadow functionality by using the 'pwconv' command.

 

# man pwconf

 

for more information.

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Re: How to implement MD5 password Hash algorithm in Hp-unix 11.31?

Even with /etc/shadow activated, the MD5 password hash algorithm is not supported on HP-UX.

 

If you install the free LongPasswords option, then you can use SHA512 password hash algorithm (password hash prefix $6$):

https://h20392.www2.hp.com/portal/swdepot/displayProductInfo.do?productNumber=LongPassword11i3

 

 

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Re: How to implement MD5 password Hash algorithm in Hp-unix 11.31?

Have to put a entry in /etc/default/security

 

# vi /etc/default/security

CRYPT_DEFAULT=6

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