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ahmed_one wrote:
using a secret key which is only known by me.


Bullshit! It's known by the system because the system needs the key to unencrypt the password. Can you GUARANTEE with YOUR LIFE that your system is unhackable and there is zero chance of anyone else getting that key?? If you answer yes, quit your job right now because you're lying to everyone, but even worse, you're lying to yourself.


ahmed_one wrote:
Now when password is saved in mysql db using AES_ENCRYPT it becomes something like "$-3+%,%kjunbsnd". Now when validation procedure is called it is using the AES_DECRYPT function using same key only i know, which validates the password alongwith username..


This is completely INSECURE! The best security systems do NOT compare a typed password against a decrypted password. They compare a hashed password against the hash in the database. No decryption necessary and the passwords are never "out in the open" in decrypted form.


YOU ARE HELL BENT ON DOING THIS THE WRONG WAY! DON'T DO IT!

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