A Minimal Password Encryption WebApp http://sign2pw.kutzmann.eu
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Its's a tiny webapp written in Scala. It helps you to quickly create qnd-pwhashs with the salt is located on server.
You can use this page to hash something or the smarter way is to use it like a real webservice:
This gives you an result without any overhead. But remember the salt is located on this server. It's smarter to deploy your own instance!
You have to clone the repo with
git clone http://git.kutzmann.eu/ck/sign2pw
and then copmile & run the project with
for more informations see Play docs.
Load the newest zip-file under Releases and extract it on your target maschine. After that you have to change the permission of ~/bin/sign2pw with
chmod +x ~/bin/sign2pw
and check up the config file in ~/conf. Now you can execute the script and the Netty Webserver should start and listen on localhost:9000.
You can configure more than that, see at Play docs.
I was looking for an example project to improve my Scala- and Play-skills 😉 This project is like an adult code snipped and not finished yet... so hit me up with feedback.
2017 Christopher Kutzmann