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Does the Password Salt in the aspnet_Membership change?

Posted on 2014-02-13
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How does the Salt'ed password work? i.e. If there is a user in the aspnet_Membership table and they change their password, does the Password Salt change too? I know the "password" column changes, but does the salt too?

If not, will it EVER change during the life time of the table (for the user)

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From personal experimentation the salt is set when the user account is first created, and doesn't change when the password is either changed or reset.
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