Encryption of internet password in Domino

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Application security
Encryption
Lotus development
Lotus Domino
Lotus Domino security
In notes directory, I am changing the internet password of a Person, when i enter password, it gets encrypted first, using @password function and the password is displayed in a encrypted format like this (63E4BD1FEFD8913B15A5A5EF484A3F6B06). But when i try to save the document, it again get encrypted in different format like this (GxrxKcE8PGW3rmSwDFI4). I am using this internet password for authentication in one of my application, but i dont know how to compare the password entered in my application with this encrypted format. does anyone know ecryption algorithm happening while saving the person document.
ASKED: June 24, 2010  5:12 AM
UPDATED: June 24, 2010  1:24 PM

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