Dear pals,
I am using Wordpress 3.6 for my activity logging purpose . I need to authenticate user from REST , using their username/password . But Wordpress use a framework named "phpass" . I cannot identify how to compare my given password with database table password . Please advise a method to compare it.

Thanks,
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I am using Wordpress 3.6 for my activity logging purpose . I need to authenticate user from REST , using their username/password . But Wordpress use a framework named "phpass" . I cannot identify how to compare my given password with database table password . Please advise a method to compare it.

@logicslab

At least post your code. I am assuming you are using this:

http://www.restapitutorial.com/

@LastMitch
Thanks for your Quick Response . I got solution for it
as

wp_check_password( $password, $data['user_pass'],'')

if return true it's success , else fail

Thanks,
Anes

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