On 8/20/05, Michal Bartkowiak <mailing at digital dot nonspace dot net> wrote:
> > the clear default password, which is far from a secret anyway
> Password, like definition says, is something secret.
not if it's "mono", anybody with Internet access can find it! But in
the situation you've since described, yes.
> Run crypt("yourpasswordhere") and put it in place of the crypt
> function (wich will return the encrypted value)
right, but I'm assuming Manuel did it that way because the crypt
function could change in the future, and "mono" is far from a secret.
If you're making that default password something else and you don't
want to know what it is, then sure, that's fine to do.