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SecurityAssist 1.1.9 error

Thread began 2/28/2011 3:48 pm by randyw2394710 | Last modified 3/02/2011 2:46 pm by Jason Byrnes | 1755 views | 12 replies |

randyw2394710

SecurityAssist 1.1.9 error

I have created login profile etc with SecurityAssist

Registration works and inserts all information into data base

when i login nothing happens

it goes to this page

client_users_LogIn.php?

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ClientInfo.zip
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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

You have modified the login page to use an encrypted password, but the password being stored by the registration is not being stored in the encrypted format, you will need to modify the registration to store the password in the encrypted format if you wish to use encryption in the login behavior.

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randyw2394710

how do i get rid of the encryption in the logon behavior or how do i store it in ecrypted in registration

I created the pages using security assist I did not modify any of the pages

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randyw2394710

new files same problem

here are some new files i created no changes where made i have the same problem

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ClientInfo.zip
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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

those files look correct.


Lets make sure that session management is working correctly on your server.

use the session test file from the following post to test the server to make sure session management is working properly:
showpost.php?p=23826&postcount=2

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randyw2394710

it looks like the session test passed this is what i got

To Test you servers session management:
1) Click here to Set Session variables

The link above uses a URL variable to trigger setting a session variable

2) Click here to test session variables

This link does not contain the URL variable, so it will not set the session variable again, but the session variables value should not be changed.

Session Test = test
(When the page is first loaded, the session variable test will = NULL, when you click the first link, the session variable test will be set to test. Clicking the second link will only reload the page, the session variable test should still equal test, if it equals NULL, your server has a problem with session management.

Session ID = 077f55e66292e245d799b7f216a888b6
(NOTE: if sessions are working correctly, the session ID should not change.)

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

was that on clicking the first link, or after clicking the second link?


On the login page add the following code for troubleshooting:
<pre><?php var_dump($_SESSION); ?></pre>


can you send a link where i can test this?

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randyw2394710

it was after clicking first and second

client_users_LogIn.php

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

Move the :
<pre><?php var_dump($_SESSION); ?></pre>


so that it is after the <body> tag.


I just registered a user using:
Email: test@test.com
Pass: test


on login I got error messages (Because the <pre><?php var_dump($_SESSION); ?></pre> code is in the head), but the login was successful, I was able to browse to the profile page.

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randyw2394710

ok i put in body tag ps. i logged in as your user i still did not see the profile page

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