Now, I'd like to employ the same hashing technique ASP.
NET Identity is already using on the phone, so I can just send the hash, and compare it on the other side, but I am not sure what hash it uses, plus, it seems to be using some sort of salt, because I have a couple of test user accounts with the same password, but have different hashes, maybe it's the Security Stamp?
I have a Windows Phone app which will consume services from this site, for which I want to validate the user account; so from the WP app I will ask for username and password to send them to the server to be validated.
NET Identity (pre 2.0), the site comes with a Web API.
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I would prefer not to send the plain text password over the wire, I'm pretty sure that's a huge no no. Thank you I won't steal the thunder of the excellent existing answer which explains how ASP.
NET Identity is performing the hashing under the hood.