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Unity user PIN, Is it encrypted and where is it stored

Trying to find out where the users PIN is stored for Unity and if it is encrypted. This is Unity 5.0 VM only with Exchange off box message store. Any help with this answer would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.

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Re: Unity user PIN, Is it encrypted and where is it stored

It is unencrypted, and it is stored in the SQL Table 'Subscriber' in the table 'PwDtmf'.

HTH, please rate helpful posts!

Chad

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Re: Unity user PIN, Is it encrypted and where is it stored

It is unencrypted, and it is stored in the SQL Table 'Subscriber' in the table 'PwDtmf'.

HTH, please rate helpful posts!

Chad

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Re: Unity user PIN, Is it encrypted and where is it stored

Thank you Chad!

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Re: Unity user PIN, Is it encrypted and where is it stored

Yes, the teleophone user interface (TUI)password is stored as an MD5 hash value in the SQL database "UnityDb". The value is stored in the subscriber table under the "PwDtmf" property. In Unity 7.0, the password is stored as an SHA-1 hash instead of MD5.

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