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Argon2 as password-hashing function in Camunda
Introduction On the new version of the Camunda Engine Platform (7.7) the user passwords, which are stored in the database, are by default hashed with a SHA-2 family algorithm. Before the passwords are hashed, they are concated with an individual random generated salt for each user, to prevent dictionary and rainbow table attacks. For someone who needs a more secure hashing algorithm Camunda introduce a new API, which allows to customize and exchange the default hashing algorithm. In this blog post I will present this customization and will use argon2 as hashing algorithm. Argon2 is a password-hashing function 1, which is considered as state of the art and also won the Password Hashing Competition at the end of 2015 2....
Integrating Camunda and Drupal
Over the last days, I have worked on integrating Camunda into the latest version of Drupal. For the record, Drupal is an Open Source CMS powering a large number of the top websites available on the Internet. Therefore it is reasonable to assume that the combination of Camunda and Drupal is a possible scenario.