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This is a simple class that can decode or encode passwords used by Dreamweaver.
It can take a given password encoded by DreamWeaver and decode it to retrieve the actual passwords in plain text.
The class can also do the opposite, i.e. take a given plain text password and encode it like DreamWeaver does.
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|DreamWeaver is a popular tool used by many designers to create Web sites.
It can store encoded passwords in site project configurations to access FTP servers to upload project files.
This class can decode passwords encoded by DreamWeaver.
$encoded_password = "53735A3C7A3C7955";
/** Should output. Your decoded password: SrX9v7sN */
echo "Your decoded password: ".Dreamweaver\Dreamweaver::decode_password($encoded_password).PHP_EOL;
Use this tool to encode or decode Adobe Dreamweaver passwords. In the examples directory you will find a demonstration on how to use the package.
Howto use the package
Look in the examples folder for basic examples of how to use the package.
$ composer require redbox/dreamweaver
The following versions of PHP are supported by this version.
This package is created and maintained by Johnny Mast. For feature requests and suggestions
you could consider sending me an e-mail or fill out an issue.
Redbox-dreamweaver is released under the MIT public license.
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