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CakePHP UnOfficial Community Forum > validating login data fails because of md5
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tom.fox
hi,

i have a problem. i am saving the users password at registration as md5.
when the user is trying a login, i check if the entered username and password is equal to the entry in the database. for that, i have to convert the entered password into md5, to make it comparable:

thats the code to find the user in my controller class

CODE

$user = $this->User->find(array('email' => $this->data['User']['email'], 'password' => md5($this->data['User']['password'])), array('id', 'email'));
           if(empty($user) == false)


now if print the query to check what it looks like, one thing is odd. no matter what password i enter it is ALWAYS(!) the same md5 key:

CODE

SELECT `User`.`id`, `User`.`email` FROM `users` AS `User` WHERE `email` = 'test@web.de' AND `password` = 'd41d8cd98f00b204e9800998ecf8427e' LIMIT 1


no wonder i get no results and the variable "$user" is empty...i get "d41d8cd98f00b204e9800998ecf8427e" everytime..

thats a mystery....does somebody know the answer? i'd be soooo happy

many many thanks

btw: thats my view

CODE

<div class="">
<h2>Login</h2>    
   <?php echo $form->create('User', array('action' => 'login'));?>
       <?php echo $form->input('email');?>
       <?php echo $form->input('password');?>
       <?php echo $form->submit('Login');?>
   <?php echo $form->end(); ?>
</div>
_dExter
I think I have the same problem... Anyone knows any solution?
endyourif
The md5 value being display is for an empty string.

I would begin by debugging your $this->data because it sounds like it is not being set properly.

Another question, why not just use the Auth component to do this? You can follow my simple tutorial here to set it up in less than 10 minutes: CakePHP Login System
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