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Don't do it? Passwords meant to be remembered not stored, and once you store them in extractable format (i.e. without hashing or other sort of many to one transformation) they become a less effective security measure. As with any security related question, you have to start with defining what is it that you trying to protect against and only then you can ...


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The reason is when you execute this code setcookie('wp-postpass_' . COOKIEHASH, '', 0, COOKIEPATH); It will reset your post password cookie to blank '', so it just work once To solve this you need to assign the original cookie and extend the timeout, like this setcookie('wp-postpass_' . COOKIEHASH, $_COOKIE['wp-postpass_' . COOKIEHASH], time() + 60 * 5, ...


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You cannot recover a password, you can only reset it to something new. We have an article with several ways to do that in the documentation. Pick one of those methods. http://codex.wordpress.org/Resetting_Your_Password


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Why in the first place you created custom tables? There is wp_usermeta table for storing any kind of extra data to build custom user profiles with extra fields. Also you can hook into native WP login process and allow logging in with email. What method of logging in you are using? Checking if user is administrator: if ( current_user_can( ...


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WordPress cannot resend the existing password, because it does not know the existing password. Passwords are not stored as plain text, they are stored using a one-way hash. They cannot be decrypted and resent. They can be reset to something entirely new, and you can send that, but you can't send what you don't know in advance. Passwords should not be ...


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Try this and you can atleast log-in to your admin panel. Go to the phpmyadmin or your database operator and go to the users table and change the password following these steps. 1.Choose a new password. 2. Encrypt it using md5 hash. 3. Copy the hash string and paste it into your password column. 4. Now try logging in using your new password. 5. once you ...



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