Useful password hasher for django sites with drupal components
Django-Drupal Password Hasher is a simple package created to hash Drupal 7 passwords with the prefix ‘drupal’.
Taken from https://djangosnippets.org/snippets/3030/
Installation typically looks like:
pip install Django-drupal-password-hasher
Typical usage in a python script looks like:
from djangodrupalpasswordhasher import drupal_password_hasher hasher = DrupalPasswordHasher() salt = hasher.salt() password = "foobar" encoded_password = hasher.encode(password, salt)
In a django project, change the settings file to look like:
PASSWORD_HASHERS = ( 'djangodrupalpasswordhasher.drupal_password_hasher.DrupalPasswordHasher', )
And user authentication continues as normal:
from django.contrib.auth.models import User ... user = User(first_name='foo', last_name='bar', email@example.com') user.set_password("some_random_password") user.save()
Note: Django uses the first entry in the PASSWORD_HASHERS section of your settings file for user authentication by default. If you have other password hashers but want to use this one, make sure it is the first entry in the list.
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