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Thread began 8/04/2009 2:54 pm by shadow329043 | Last modified 8/06/2009 3:49 pm by shadow329043 | 1534 views | 3 replies


Jason ... are you out there?

I have a login issue very similar to the subject of this thread ... a few of our users have encountered it in the last week.

When a user mistakenly tries to login to our site without having previously registered, security assist is set to redirect to login.php?failedLogin=1 - proper error statement displays and user retries. However, if that same non-registered user checks "remember my information" and "login automatically" and tries to login, security assist is set to redirect to login.php?failedLogin=1&failed_auto=1 - resulting in a 310 error : too many redirects.

How do I remedy the situation? How do I tell the user, without looping through the failed login, that their info is not in the database?

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