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  1. Hi everyone, i want to create a user on the fly with sso, i recieve the password already hashed and want to save the user without having the password hashed by processwire afterwards. so far i could leave it rehashed in the database as long as the customer does not want to allow the users to use the direct loginmask. but if that changes, i would be in trouble. so is there a processwire way to do this or do i have to put the user in manually. i know we will have someone intelligent helping me out here
  2. Hello, I'm learning about password management/security in order to synchronize logins between PW users and Foxycart. In Foxycart I need to choose the password hash type I'm using. In my installation of PW wire->config.php shows: $config->userAuthHashType = 'sha1'; But in the post https://processwire.com/talk/topic/2954-password-hashing/ Ryan says: I'm using 2.4.4 version. As the server which PW shows blowfish is available I understand PW is using it. Foxycart doesn´t list this hash algorithm available. So, where should I change the hash method in wire->config? but it is overriden if blowfish is available in the server anyway? I'm a bit lost here , any direction / help would be appreciated.
  3. Im working on a sort of "friend request" script for a front end user profile. the user template has the following extra fields of the type Page friend_invite_in friend_invite_out friend_confirmed There will be a ajax post containing the username when pressing a button to send a friend request. Lets say user "A" does a request for user "B" to become friends. The ajax script should handle the post and add the foloowing page references: User "A" will receive a page reference to user "B" in the friend_invite_out field. User "B" will receive a page reference to user "A" in the friend_invite_in field. Then user "B" can confirm, so that the page references are moved in the following manner: User "A" page reference to user "B" will be moved from friend_invite_out field to friend_confirmed field User "B" page reference to user "A" will be moved from friend_invite_in field to friend_confirmed field This i kinda the logic behind the whole process. But to prevent sending clear usernames i would like to have a md5 hash in my HTML/jQuery code. This is no problem to do with PHP. But how would i make a selector that can handle this md5 hash and get the right user? // this does not work! $md5 = $this->input->post->userid; $u = $this->users->get("MD5(name)=$md5"); In MySQL it the query would be something like this (havent tested it) SELECT * FROM users WHERE MD5(name)=$md5
  4. Hi, I'm new to Processwire and I have to say that after reading through your forum and some of your tutorials I have taken the plunge and installed PW and quite like the CMF/CMS that you have developed and congratulate you and your communities efforts to date. I have come up against a problem when trying to develop between multiple environments i.e. dev, staging, production. The problem I am facing is that after doing and ProcessWire 2.2.13 installation (without problems) on my dev environment and then I move the site to staging or another developers environment, when I try to login to the Administration area I get a error "Unable to generate password hash". I have tried to empty cache, both browser and physical files and still get the error message and I can't login to the control panel. My Staging environments is running Apache 2 and PHP 5.2.17 (can't upgrade to 5.3 or 5.4 due to another cms legacy issue) and my Dev environment runs on MAMP 2.0 with Apache 2 and PHP 5.2.17 also. I have checked AMP logs and can't see anything out of the ordinary there. Just wondering if I'm missing anything. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Cheers Sambo.
  5. Hey guys, I'm really new to Processwire, found it like two days ago but already love it I just had a look at the wire folder and came across the userAuthHashType in config.php. This is set to sha1 which is not too secure, it would be good to use a different hashing method. If I'm right version 2.4 (?) will make use of all these nice PHP 5.3+ features, as well as Composer. PHP 5.4 will fight bad password hashing providing a password_hash() function, until then it might be good to use the ircmaxell/password_compat library. What do you think?
  6. Hey, I've searched for a while but with no results and I am anxious to get this done. I want to create a user password change script that changes the password to do this the user needs to fill in her/his old password. No problem but since PW does hash all passwords i cant just compare a hashed to a plain text password now can I. So I looked throught the wire folder and I couldn't really find something. How can I hash the password so I can compare it? Many thanks!
  7. Hello everyone, I'm using the URL fieldtype to provide an alternative url for some pages but now I need the ability to use, like the title says, GET parameters or url hashes. It seems that is unsupported right now, so I would like to ask you good fellows if you have been in the same situation and if there's a solution to this? Thank you very much.
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