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Hi friends. i encrypted some passwords with MD5CryptoServiceProvider and stored in database. how can i decrypt them and show the original script?
Thank in advanced.
Posted 8-Aug-12 21:11pm

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You can't. MD5 is a hashing function, which are (generally) one-way. If you want to encrypt and decrypt, you'll want to look at using something like AES.
Pooyan Behroozfar at 14-Aug-12 1:27am
i have saved a lot of passwords that encrypted and saved in my database. when the user's forget their passwords i want to show that. what can i do?
MarqW at 14-Aug-12 2:35am
Most systems never let you actually view the old/current password, they actually just let you set a new one. Usually you'll see an option like "Reset Password", you'll see these never ask for the old password, only a new one, and is usually done by an administrator (to prevent any user resetting any other user's password and thus gaining access).

Hope that helps, if so, please accept and rate; Thanks
Pooyan Behroozfar at 15-Aug-12 0:05am
Thanks a lot my friend. could you help me on AES? do you have some reference?
MarqW at 15-Aug-12 2:41am has some code showing you how to use System.Security.Cryptography.AesCryptoServiceProvider

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