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How do I know what password is being used in the Electron.NET default #201

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jack-harry-631 opened this Issue Jan 11, 2019 · 2 comments

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jack-harry-631 commented Jan 11, 2019

I am trying out Electron.NET and I am totally noob to Electron.NET

A colleague who have left the company, have passed me a project on Electron.NET with little documentation.

I do not know the password algorithm for Electron.NET interface.

All I can see is a database that have the following information:
Password Hashed: nWRmPrxvoNXRaqJ7l2wDhF5d6K4=
PasswordSalt: 6pKn4Fqtpp+DgSoULvYyGFjzI9PRag==K5wZdukJ

Both PasswordHashed and PasswordSalt is the column header for the database. The database looks like a sqlite file.

Another colleague inform me that the password may be P@ss0rd#123 and the colleague mention that the default password for Electron.NET is that password.

Now, the problem is that I do not know how to create a account for Electron.NET.

Neither do I know what is the algorithm to convert the password to a hashed password into the sqlite database for Electron.NET.

Also, I do now know the Password Salt for Electron.NET come from where and how to generate it.

Can anyone please enlighten me and thank you in advance.

Electron.NET noob.

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robertmuehsig commented Jan 11, 2019

Electron.NET has nothing todo with Passwords - maybe you are using ASP.NET Core Identity. Electron.NET is just a wrapper around Electron with some glue to ASP.NET Core.
When you store user data you are probably using the ASP.NET Core Identity Framework. If this is the case, I can recommand this blog: https://andrewlock.net/exploring-the-asp-net-core-identity-passwordhasher/

Hope this helps.

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GregorBiswanger commented Jan 11, 2019

Hi @jack-harry-631
normally our password is secret. But here we are among us. The password is not that hard. It's from 1 to 6, but I will not mention the numbers in between, otherwise everyone will insist.

Good luck and get in

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