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When I run wp_hash_password("password") twice the outputs are different. I was under the impression that this is not how hashes are supposed to work. So how should I use wp_hash_password to compare two hashes?

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That's just not the way it works. wp_hash_password() will always return a different value for the same password due to SALTing.

You are searching for the wp_check_password() function.

  • Of course, stupid of me, thannks – Joren Oct 11 '13 at 13:52
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You can use wp_check_password() , see http://codex.wordpress.org/Function_Reference/wp_check_password

global $current_user;
get_currentuserinfo();
$user = $current_user;
    if ( wp_check_password( $_POST['current_password'], $user->user_pass, $user->ID) )//check password
   {
             //go ahead and change the password of stuff
             //....
   }
  • 1
    Please add a short explanation to your answer. – Pieter Goosen Apr 14 '14 at 16:07

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