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Problems with encryption

Thread began 2/01/2011 9:06 am by mbarria421700 | Last modified 2/02/2011 11:12 am by Jason Byrnes | 1571 views | 12 replies |

mbarria421700

Problems with encryption

Everytime I try to put the SHA1 encryption DW crashes.
I already clean de Cache and deleted it.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

What version of Dreamweaver Are you using?

What Version of Security Assist?

What is your Operating System?

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mbarria421700

Originally Said By: Jason Byrnes
  What version of Dreamweaver Are you using?

What Version of Security Assist?

What is your Operating System?  



CS4 V10.0
Security Assist 1.1.9
Windows 7

Thanks

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Miguel

Originally Said By: mbarria421700
  Everytime I try to put the SHA1 encryption DW crashes.
I already clean de Cache and deleted it.  



How are you doing it are you trying to apply it directly to the field if so thats why it crashes the first time i used this tool i was trying to apply the encrypting directly to the text form element and that is the incorrect way to use it and makes dw crash you have to apply the encryption directly in the insert or update server behaviors

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mbarria421700

Originally Said By: Sades
  How are you doing it are you trying to apply it directly to the field if so thats why it crashes the first time i used this tool i was trying to apply the encrypting directly to the text form element and that is the incorrect way to use it and makes dw crash you have to apply the encryption directly in the insert or update server behaviors  



Ok right, but by the servers behaviors, there isn't any option to apply the encryption, In the insert I just see The connection, table, columns, Value, Submit as, and the page after inserting.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

SHA1 is used as a format in the insert record behavior.
Select the Password column in the Insert record Behavior, then click the lightning bolt next to value, select the Password form element, and set the formatting Drop Down List to SHA1 Encryption.

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mbarria421700

Originally Said By: Jason Byrnes
  SHA1 is used as a format in the insert record behavior.
Select the Password column in the Insert record Behavior, then click the lightning bolt next to value, select the Password form element, and set the formatting Drop Down List to SHA1 Encryption.  



Wow I Arrived to do what you said, Now it didn't crash. But now I have another problem:

Warning: require_once(../WA_SecurityAssist/WA_SHA1Encryption.php) [function.require-once]: failed to open stream: No such file or directory in ...... blbla

But I dont see any file by that name, it should be generated from somewhere.

MB

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

get a copy of that file from the following thread:
showpost.php?p=13143&postcount=2

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mbarria421700

Originally Said By: Jason Byrnes
  get a copy of that file from the following thread:
showpost.php?p=13143&postcount=2  



It doesn't encrypt,

is there something wrong with code?

<input type="password" class="WAATKTextField" name="UserPassword" id="UserPassword" value="<?php echo WA_SHA1Encryption(((isset($_POST["UserPassword"]))?$_POST["UserPassword"]:"")) ?>" />

MB

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

your are adding the encryption format to the form element itself, before the value is posted.

you need to add the encryption format in the Insert record behavior,

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