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I have this hook created to retrieve user password when he register or update his pass. I dont want my client to touch wordpress core so i was planning to use a hook in wp-includes/user.php All this come from this other post as i cant find any other better solution

MY problem is that the hook is being called but variables are empty.

function encrypt_password_function($pass, $id){
    global $wpdb;
    $encrypted=sha1($pass);
    $wpdb->query($wpdb->prepare("UPDATE wp_users SET iphone_pass = %s WHERE ID = %d",array($encrypted, '10')));
}


function encrypt_password() {
    do_action('encrypt_password');
}
add_action('encrypt_password', 'encrypt_password_function', 1); 
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    How and where are you calling these functions? encrypt_password() without any arguments and with hook inside doesn't make sense.
    – Rarst
    Sep 14, 2011 at 15:38
  • Im calling in wp-includes/user.php inside wp_insert_user function like these: encrypt_password($plain_password, $user_id); I get the plain password var before password get hashed.
    – chifliiiii
    Sep 14, 2011 at 21:22
  • ok now i realized i was doing wrong the add_action. But now the pass is hashed and nto plain like it says on the function description :(
    – chifliiiii
    Sep 14, 2011 at 21:59
  • Are you modifying core file to run this? Just don't. I won't even go there. :)
    – Rarst
    Sep 14, 2011 at 22:00
  • I cant find any other way to get plain password when user register or update his password :(
    – chifliiiii
    Sep 14, 2011 at 22:02

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Ok i can pass variables to hook but i was doing it wrong. Code should be:

function encrypt_password_function($pass, $id){
    global $wpdb;
    $encrypted=sha1($pass);
    $wpdb->query($wpdb->prepare("UPDATE wp_users SET iphone_pass = %s WHERE ID = %d",array($encrypted, '10')));
}


function encrypt_password($var1, $var2) {
    do_action('encrypt_password',$var1, $var2);
}
add_action('encrypt_password', 'encrypt_password_function', 1,2); 

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