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Authentication Requests Session
Last updated 2 years ago.

As far as i know, nope you cannot. Laravel auth requires hashed passwords.

If you have lots of users, then do a simple loop to go over them and turn their passwords into hashed one. It won't make any difference to user, but will be safe & secure.

Don't forget to unprotect the password field from you user table model.

Last updated 8 years ago.

Well, if you are migrating to laravel it's a good thing to ask the users to change their passwords when trying to login. It's just a matter of sending a reset password request.


login without hashing a password its just like giving your money to the theft every web right now has authentication if you don't require a login credentials just secure your database to further attack :)


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