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Apache Guide: Apache Authentication, Part 4 Page 3
use DBI; my = DBI->connect('DBI:mysql:database', 'username', 'password'); # 'password' is the database password. my = ->prepare("update passwords set passwd = '' where username = ''"); ->execute; ->finish; ->disconnect;
This was a lightning-fast overview of how one might use Perl to manage your password lists, in any of the three storage mechanisms that we've talked about over the last three weeks.
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