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By Lewis Newson
Im working on streamlining my email sending setup for SMTP. I have a page where the user of the website can input the SMTP host, port, connection type email and password etc but the password field has an additional box underneath it for 'Confirming' it as if it were a new password. The placeholder text also says 'New Password' but I want to be able to change that. I just need an input field where they can enter their SMTP password without it being plain text.
Thanks for your help!
I have a client who is reporting that in the last couple of days they can no longer login to their site with their normal browser (Chrome). Using another browser or an incognito window works.
I've tried logging into the site using the same login details in my usual browser (Firefox) and have had no problems.
The site is a membership site and today other members are reporting the same problem.
The site is running 3.0.148 and has the session handler DB and login throttle modules installed. It was recently upgraded to 3.x from 2.x. But no changes have been made to the site between the time when they were able to login OK and when the problem started happening.
We are developing an App that sends data over the Internet to ProcessWire (POST/JSON). We want password to be protected somehow when sending it, but I should be able to compare it to PW's passwords. We were thinking of using md5 encryption, but PW uses different encryption.
How can I be sure that user has active account when they use the App?
By Robin S
Adds a password generator to InputfieldPassword.
Install the Password Generator module.
Now any InputfieldPassword has a password generation feature. The settings for the generator are taken automatically from the settings* of the password field.
*Settings not supported by the generator:
Complexify: but generated passwords should still satisfy complexify settings in the recommended range. Banned words: but the generated passwords are random strings so actual words are unlikely to occur.
can somebody tell me, if it is possible to get the clear password of an InputfieldPassword inside a module, before it is encrypted?
I have made a custom module which sets the password of an Auth0User after the hook publishReady with a random generated password. When I try to get a clear password from a InputfieldPassword in this hook, it is of course already encrypted (which is of course good). But is there a hook before the encryption, so I could get it one time to send it to Auth0?
If there is not such thing, could be another possibility to add a jQuery script to get the value directly from the DOM and save it somewhere temporarily?
I know this might be an unusual question, but I would appreciate any feedback.