Scott M. Likens
damm at yazzy.org
Wed Jun 6 09:39:58 EDT 2007
You should be able to run strings on it.
(e.g.) strings /etc/sasldb
There is no encryption in place, so you just need to gather the
plaintext usernames and passwords, and then INSERT them into mysql and
you're golden :)
On Wed, 06 Jun 2007 11:23:21
"Benjamin Schmidt" <schmidi2 at directbox.com> wrote:
> I like to import all old sasl user with passwords to a new system.
> Current storage: /etc/sasldb (Berkeley DB (Hash, version 7, native
> New storage: mysql table
> Does anyone known an existing tool of exporting all sasl users with
> password from the berkeley db? Google didn't reponse my useable
> Is it impossible to export the passwords (are they hash-encrypted)?
> Thanks in advance,
> Benjamin Schmidt
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