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139      /**
140       * Filter whether the given user can be authenticated with the provided $password.
141       *
142       * @since 2.5.0
143       *
144       * @param WP_User|WP_Error $user     WP_User or WP_Error object if a previous
145       *                                   callback failed authentication.
146       * @param string           $password Password to check against the user.
147       */
148      $user = apply_filters( 'wp_authenticate_user', $user, $password );
149      if ( is_wp_error($user) )
150           return $user;
152      if ( !wp_check_password($password, $user->user_pass, $user->ID) )
153           return new WP_Error( 'incorrect_password', sprintf( __( '<strong>ERROR</strong>: The password you entered for the username <strong>%1$s</strong> is incorrect. <a href="%2$s" title="Password Lost and Found">Lost your password</a>?' ),
154           $username, wp_lostpassword_url() ) );
156      return $user;
157 }