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Python Build a Social Network with Flask Making Strong Users Bcryptkeeper

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Bummer: Returned False for a correct password or True for an incorrect one

from flask.ext.bcrypt import generate_password_hash

from flask.ext.bcrypt import check_password_hash

def set_password(User,string1):
    User.password = generate_password_hash('string1')
    return User
def validate_password(User,string1):
      if check_password_hash(User.password, 'string1') == True:
        return True
        return False

1 Answer

Ludovic Dumas
Ludovic Dumas
12,245 Points

You are close, the problem is your functions doesn't use the argument provided, because you write string1 with quotation mark.