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Missing WA_RandomPassword.php

Thread began 12/01/2009 11:43 am by Banksie | Last modified 8/03/2010 11:36 am by swolock397582 | 1170 views | 4 replies |

Banksie

Missing WA_RandomPassword.php

I'm using SA for the first time in a php production site - previously only used it,successfully, for asp.

Have gone through all of the regular processes to set up log-in, log-out, registration, update, new password etc pages and have come to test the whole site only to find that I'm getting an error:

Fatal error: require_once() [function.require]: Failed opening required '../WA_SecurityAssist/WA_RandomPassword.php'

Sure enough, no "WA_RandomPassword.php" in my site at all!

Any thoughts?

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

Attached is a copy of the WA_RandomPassword.php file for you to place in your WA_SecurityAssist folder. This is an issue a handful of people are experiencing, we will be addressing the problem in a future update.

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securityAssistFiles.zip
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twitchr377598

This is still happening in version 1.1.9. Thanks for the file. :-)

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twitchr377598

Weird I just found where the file was. I had a WA_SecurityAssist folder outside of my local folder that contained the random password file and the encryption file.

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swolock397582

I had the same problem AND found the file in a WA_SecurityAssist just outside the site folder.

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