• 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....

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  • 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.

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