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What do the default rules for security assist consist of?

Thread began 7/23/2013 2:28 am by keegan431775 | Last modified 7/23/2013 11:20 am by Jason Byrnes | 166 views | 1 replies |


What do the default rules for security assist consist of?


I am using security assist to authenticate my users. Somehow the default rules got deleted off of my rules list. I have the login working now with a rule of session[user_id] is not blank. I'm curious as to what the rule is for "user logged in" that I've heard about. Could you send me how to get the default rules back as well? Or at least what to enter in to create them? Also, is the way I'm doing this secure? I feel like somehow a hacker could create a session under "user_id" and be in!?

What should I do?


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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

the simplest way to find the default rule settings would be to create a new site in DW for testing and to run the security assist wizard again.

that would generate the default rules for you to study.

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