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Reset MAMP Pro username and password to root/root
Assuming you still know the password, you can change the password back to root using /Applications/MAMP/Library/bin/mysqladmin -u root -p password root It'll prompt you to enter a password again, after which it'll be reset to root

Categories : Mysql

Force ubuntu key password manager to forget incorrect password for github credentials
Nevermind, I had misdiagnosed. I had in fact entered the right credentials. The problem is I had never /committed/ in my local git repository, so it didn't see any files, and when I went to push, it had no commits to push. So, simply adding: git commit -A (write your commit message) git push -u origin master solves everything, but I do wish the git error message had said something more clear, like "sorry, there are no commits to push."

Categories : GIT

mysql reset root user privileges
I have had issues with GRANT ... TO 'user'@'%' ... before. Try to additionally issue the following GRANT statement: GRANT ALL PRIVILEGES ON *.* TO 'root'@'localhost' IDENTIFIED BY 'password' WITH GRANT OPTION; For me, this did the trick. Somehow mysql seems picky when it comes to localhost

Categories : Mysql

Laravel 4 reset password
To answer why your first code example doesn't work is because if your look at your app/routes.php file you should see something along the lines of Route::get('/', 'HomeController@index');. The part that comes before the @ symbol is the name of your controller while the part after it is the method that is being called in your controller when the route is requested. Make sure that method is defined. After looking at the following. I think you should put the redirect inside of the closure you give as a return statement. Then how you retrieve data that has been flashed to the session after redirecting the user you use the following Session::get('key');. For your last question look at the following documentation. Example: $validator = Validator::make( array('email' => Input::

Categories : PHP

How can I use WIF with a password self reset portal?
You'd need to make sure the session cookie from the SAM is using the same protection keys on each machine. That boils down to using the machineKey and configuring the SAM to use these keys. I added this as a feature to the IdentityModel security library, but you can just as easily copy the config or code from github: http://brockallen.com/2013/02/18/configuring-machine-key-protection-of-session-tokens-in-wif-and-thinktecture-identitymodel/

Categories : Asp Net Mvc

How do I reset my SVN password in Netbeans?
You can go to Tools -> Options -> Miscellaneous -> Versioning -> Subversion and set your new password there (maybe it helps to remove the url from history?). But a better way to reset your connection is to remove the connections config file. To do this: go to <application data>/NetBeans/7.3/config/svn/config/auth/svn.simple See what file is the one of your connection (you can open the files with a text editor and check the urls) Remove it and restart netbeans

Categories : Svn

Reset Password with RSA Keys
You can enable that feature with the following code in the web.config. Please note, however, this may be a security risk, as it allows someone to append javascript double escaped elements to a page url, as many others have commented. <system.webserver> <modules runallmanagedmodulesforallrequests="true"> <security> <requestfiltering allowdoubleescaping="true"> </requestfiltering> </security> </modules> </system.webserver> your better option by far is to have your link go to a form which asks for the RSA to be pasted in and submitted back. A small bit more work for your end users, but drastically more secure.

Categories : Asp Net Mvc

Remote login as root in ubuntu
Ubuntu documentation says: By default, the Root account password is locked in Ubuntu. It also says: Please keep in mind, a substantial number of Ubuntu users are new to Linux. There is a learning curve associated with any OS and many new users try to take shortcuts by enabling the root account, logging in as root, and changing ownership of system files. It talks at length about why it's been done this way. Enabling the root account: sudo -i To enable the Root account (i.e. set a password) use: sudo passwd root Use at your own risk! Logging in to X as root may cause very serious trouble. If you believe you need a root account to perform a certain action, please consult the official support channels first, to make sure there is not a better alternative.

Categories : Linux

FIM 2010 password reset customization
I have not done it but you can do this with SharePoint designer 2007 , install it and open site http:///PasswordPortal it will be open in designer with its structure. It will have asp x pages in which you can make changes to add your URL of LOB application as hyperlink. Its easy to add hyper link in SharePoint designer.

Categories : C#

Cannot Login with Devise after Password Reset
I figured out the problem. Another developer on my team had added a before_validation callback on the User object that was generating a random password for new users (because of a new simpler sign up process) and they forgot to write a test for password updating. Therefore, when the password was updated, the before_validation callback was being called and a new random password was being generated. Fixed that and wrote some tests and now its working as it should.

Categories : Ruby

How to replace 'example.com' with my IP for the reset password link
The default domain in the sites framework is called example.com. You'd have to change that.

Categories : Django

Reset Linux password using web form (PHP)
Create a shell script to handle the password verification and change, and then use PHP to call that shell script. The password is stored in /etc/shadow as a md5sum. You have to do a md5sum on the entry and compare it to the corresponding entry in /etc/shadow to verify. Example implementation can be found here.

Categories : PHP

Password Reset Backend Functionality
Any way you write this, you will need these xxx and yyy values in verifyNewPassword.php. The best solution would save these in hidden inputs when passed to resetpassword.php, send them along with the POSTed values, and verify them one more time from verifyNewPassword.php. If you want to avoid the link, you can send a 303 response with the Location header set to http://mysite.net/resetpassword.php?id=xxx&username=yyy, with another optional flag set if you wanted to display an error message.

Categories : PHP

How to allow Unauthenticated users to reset password?
My answer is not specific to Membership Provider, but hopefully will point you in the right direction. Typically the way to approach this is to generate a very long random string, called a token. You send them a link that includes this token as a parameter, something like: http://foo.bar/reset?token=asldkfj209jfpkjsaofiu029j3rjs-09djf09j1pjkfjsodifu091jkjslkhfao Inside your application you keep track of tokens you have generated. If you receive a request containing that token, you authenticate it as if it was that user. A couple notes: The token generated should be random and effectively unguessable in a short period of time. The token should only work for a short period of time after being generated, ideally shorter than the time required to guess it. The token should only be usable

Categories : C#

How to reset the Registry Editor view back to root using VB script?
By deleting the "LastKey" which holds the last key viewed in the Registry Editor, the view returns to the root view. WshShell.RegDelete "HKLMSOFTWAREMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionAppletsRegeditLastKey"

Categories : Windows

Reset global database username and password
1) login to Oracle's operating system with Oracle's credentials. If it is UNIX/Linux you can use Putty programme. 2) From the command line run the following command: sqlplus / as sysdba (If you do not have the credentials you have to ask your DBA or SYSADMIN to do that.) 3) after you are connected change the user's password, i.e.: ALTER USER abntest IDENTIFIED BY abntest123; Sometimes passwords cannot repeat itself than you have to change it to something else. Tip for future: There is one good open source software to keep passwords: "Password Gorilla"

Categories : Oracle

How long should a password reset hash be valid for?
I would set the hash until activated and a caphata is done because the hacker could use a bot to get on the website. Edit: The Hacker will not know secret password for reset verification.

Categories : Misc

Partial Display of email id in JSP. (Password Reset)
for question 2: what i can think out is use Regex,like follow: Pattern p = Pattern.compile("\w{2}(.*)\w{2}@.*"); Matcher m = p.matcher(email); if (m.find(0)) { String star = m.group(1).replaceAll(".", "*"); email = email.replace(m.group(1), star); } but you'd make sure the email is in correct format.

Categories : Java

Rails - How to password reset (without email confirm)
That's not how you should use controllers. Password update should be an 'action' within a 'controller' and that controller, when it comes to user credentials, should rightfully be in the UsersController, where an 'update' action takes in parameters that you post from a form: class UsersController < ApplicationController def update @user = User.find(params[:id]) @user.update_attributes(params[:user]) .... end end And in your HTML form, you can just specify: = form_for @user do |f| ... without even needing to specify the URL, since rails will implicitly provide you with the right URL in the background :) And make sure to have your 'Routes' correctly setup like so: resources :users It basically sets up the RESTful routes for users. You can find out the routes it

Categories : Ruby On Rails

Php, is password reset token without database secure?
I would argue the approach linked is "not secure". The code uses a hand-rolled approach in an attempt to verify the integrity of the URL/token data. The idea is that only the server (which should be the only entity that knows the user password and salt) can generate the given SHA1; on receiving the URL the SHA1 can be regenerated and, if it matches, then the solution proposes that the URL "must" have been server generated and can therefor be trusted. However, the above assumption might be violated! If the bcrypted/hashed passwords are already known1 then the attacker can generate arbitrary reset URLs and gain access. This is because the attacker has all the required information to forge his own "verifiable" URL. Applying encryption - after the token generation, to avoid exposing informa

Categories : PHP

How can I provide password reset functionality in a secure way?
A secure way to handle password-resets could look like this: Password reset request: User opens password-reset request form and enters the email address (no need to enter it twice, just make a syntax validation). Your application checks whether the email exists in your database. If it exists it creates a token, which should be random and not derrived from informations like userid or timestamp. A hash of the token will be stored in the database in a separate table, together with the userid and an expiry date. A link with the token is sent to the user per email. The application shows a confirmation that the email was sent. This page can contain the email address, so the user can check if he had a typo (after all there was no information whether the email was in the database, so that an

Categories : PHP

password reset and encrypt-decrypt relation in php
If you are using the password as a decryption key, and you lose the password, then there is no way to recover the data. If you use that approach, then you need to be very careful to not lose the password. In this particular case, you could try to brute force the MD5ed copy of the password. MD5 is very weak, and unsuitable for storing hashed passwords.

Categories : PHP

Rails 4 with Clearance password reset issue
You should track down where the following SQL query is being triggered from: User Exists (0.5ms) SELECT 1 AS one FROM "users" WHERE ("users"."email" = 'info@netventief.nl' AND "users"."id" != 1) LIMIT 1 This is the line that is causing your save to fail. My guess is that you have a validation or some other callback on your User model that is firing when you are calling @user.update_attributes. The validation/callback is failing, which is causing the save to fail.

Categories : Ruby On Rails

How to reset a lost Cassandra admin user's password?
As of cassandra 2.0 ALTER USER cassandra WITH PASSWORD 'password'; If you want to add a user. // CREATE USER uname WITH PASSWORD 'password'; // add new user // GRANT all ON ALL KEYSPACES to uname; // grant permissions to new user Verify your existing users with LIST USERS; EDIT Oh boy, this is gona be fun! So, I found one hacktastic way but it requires changing sourcecode. First a high level overview: Edit source so you can make changes to the system_auth.credentials column family Change the authenticator to AllowAllAuthenticator Start C* Log in with cqlsh without needing a password Update the cassandra user's hash password Undo the source changes and change back to PasswordAuthenticator. Step 1 - edit source Open the C* source and go to package org.apache.cassandra.servi

Categories : Cassandra

devise: "Reset password token is invalid" message
The "Reset password token is invalid" message is not defined anywhere. It is generated dynamically by the full_message method in Rails Active Model Errors The example from the docs: company.errors.full_message(:name, "is invalid") # => "Name is invalid"

Categories : Ruby On Rails

MVC4 Pattern for receiving password reset token
This is how it should work (as implemented in ASP Security Kit) User clicks on forgot password link (which opens /account/forgot for example) On this page, you ask user for his userName (which could be his email). You check whether that user exists. If yes, you generate a reset token, saving it in the database for that username and send out an email to that user with a link (http://yourdomain.com/account/confirm/[tokenHere]) You display user a message something like "if you have an account with this username, you will receive an email with instructions to reset your password shortly." but you don't login user on this page because you just asked him for his username! User receives the email, clicks on the link and the reset password page opens (/account/confirm/[tokenHere]) On this page,

Categories : C#

NoReverseMatch error in password reset functionality django
You need to add that url+view in urls.py as below url(r'^user/password/reset/confirm/$', 'django.contrib.auth.views.password_reset_confirm'), It presents a form for entering a new password. You may also have to add this as well url(r'^user/password/reset/complete/$', 'django.contrib.auth.views.password_reset_complete'),

Categories : Python

Upgrading to devise 3.1 => getting Reset password token is invalid
I guess you've upgraded Devise to v3.1 not v3.01, because of config.secret_key. So I think it is somehow related to new devise feature - secret key. I found two commits for secret key feature that can be helpful to better understanding: https://github.com/plataformatec/devise/commit/32648027e282eb4c0f4f42e9c9cc0c961765faa8 https://github.com/plataformatec/devise/commit/d56641f514f54da04f778b2a9b816561df7910c2 Probably you will find something useful for you on http://blog.plataformatec.com.br/2013/08/devise-3-1-now-with-more-secure-defaults/ as well. Also you can grep reset_password_token on https://github.com/plataformatec/devise/compare/v3.0...v3.1.0. EDIT Read on http://blog.plataformatec.com.br/2013/08/devise-3-1-now-with-more-secure-defaults/: The Devise mailer now receives one e

Categories : Ruby On Rails

Change/reset postgresql user password on windows 7
Edit pg_hba.conf to allow you to connect without a password. Then use ALTER USER to reset the password. Then change pg_hba.conf back again. For the documentation on pg_hba.conf, see here: http://www.postgresql.org/docs/devel/static/auth-pg-hba-conf.html

Categories : Postgresql

Forgotten MySQL root password
This time around, the newer version of mysql let me log in with no password. I was able to get it fixed from the command line and get it reset to what I wanted. Tried that multiple times before, so I cannot say I understand what changed now, but it did.

Categories : Mysql

How to change mysql root password
Try adding sudo in front of the kill and cat commands. Like this: sudo kill `sudo cat /usr/local/mysql/data/FitValet-MacBook-Pro.local.pid` It will then ask you for the root password for your Mac (not mysql). Enter it, and the command should execute without giving you a permission denied error.

Categories : Mysql

Laravel 4 Redirect::to doesn't work if called from Password::reset
Check the docs on password resets carefully - You'll note that the Password::reset() will return the results of your closure. That's how you can accomplish this with a return of your Redirect::to call. Using the "ideal" version from your question, note the addition of the return statement right before Password::reset() AND the move of the validation check/redirect to happen BEFORE the call to Password::reset(): if( ! VALIDATION FAILED ) { return Redirect::to('/reset'); // validation failed, try one more time } return Password::reset($credentials, function($user, $password) { $user->password = Hash::make($password); $user->save(); return Redirect::to('/login'); // success, you may use your new password }); Here's what that looks like in the doc's example:

Categories : PHP

ASP.NET Membership Provider Reset Password Failure on Remote Servers
Here is what I notice in your question. web.config should be like the following - It basically restricts anonymous access to every pages inside ~/Account folder except three pages - Login.aspx, ResetPassword.aspx and Register.aspx. Account web.config <?xml version="1.0"?> <configuration> <location path="Login.aspx"> <system.web> <authorization> <allow users="*"/> </authorization> </system.web> </location> <location path="ResetPassword.aspx"> <system.web> <authorization> <allow users="*"/> </authorization> </system.web> </location> <location path="Register.aspx"> <system.web> <authorization>

Categories : Asp Net

Devise: edit_password_url in password reset email is sending users to url/api/v1/
You haven't posted your routes.rb but I am guessing you want /password/edit to route to 'Api/V1/RegistrationsController' without api/v1/ in URL? If yes, then you need to use module option of routing DSL. like this: scope module: 'api/v1/' do resources :sessions, :registrations end Ofcourse you need to integrate the above in devise_for call. I am not a devise expert, I am guessing, you will need to use devise_scope instead of scope like this: devise_scope module: 'api/v1/' do resources :sessions, :registrations end Note: If the above doesn't work. Post back with your routes.rb. We will help you fix it

Categories : Ruby On Rails

'root'@'localhost' access denied, no password used
Default password is '' (empty) apparently. To see what your password might be set to try this: go to wamp installation pathapps, for example C:wampappsphpmyadmin2.10.1 In this path you can find the file named config.inc.php. Open that file with any text editor and search for: $cfg['Servers'][$i]['password'] the password should be stored here.

Categories : Mysql

Ubuntu 12.04.2 server auto enter root shell in recovery mode
After further study, I thought I had figured it out. Two changes are needed: (1) update the grub.cfg to customize recovery mode - open /boot/grub/grub.cfg - revise the menuentry "linux ...... ro recovery nomodest ...... " to "linux ...... ro single ...... " (2) There is known issue of GRUB in the 12.04 64bits, where the change of timeout is not converged into final grub.cfg (/etc/grub). You have to revise "set timout=-1" to "set timeout=0" in the auto generated grub.cfg or do below, §/etc/grub.d/00_header –In the make_timeout() function: replace the if/else/if block with "set timeout=${2}“ before executing update-grub. Actually, you should do step (2) first and then step (1)

Categories : Linux

I have an error sending email to reset a password in ruby on rails with devise
make sure that you have set smtp properly, config.action_mailer.smtp_settings = { enable_starttls_auto: true, address: 'smtp.gmail.com', port: 587, authentication: 'plain', user_name: 'myemail@gmail.com', password: '<password>' }

Categories : Ruby On Rails

Rails Devise Password Reset Email allowing multiple submissions
I would recommend to use JavaScript to prevent multiple submissions. $('form#reset_password').on('submit', function() { $(this).find('input[type="submit"]').attr('disabled', 'disabled') }) This will set the submit button as "disabled" status and user can't submit again. Reference about form's disabled attribute: http://www.w3schools.com/tags/att_input_disabled.asp* Add: Response to thr's answer I browsed Devise source and found there should be a solution at model level. To set the max interval allowed between each resetting request, add such in resource model class user < ActiveRecord::Base def self.reset_password_with 1.day # Determine the interval. Any time objects will do, say 1.hour end end Then Devise::Models::Recoverable will check this value to decide

Categories : Ruby On Rails

Testing Django 1-5 Reset Password Form - how to generate the token for the test?
Ok, I was just searching for info on how to do this and your question prompted me to figure it out myself. I'm not sure if you're still working on this, but here's how I got it to work: # First we get the initial password reset form. # This is not strictly necessary, but I included it for completeness response = self.c.get(reverse('password_reset')) self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 200) self.assertEqual(response.template_name, 'authentication/password_reset_form.html') # Then we post the response with our "email address" response = self.c.post(reverse('password_reset'),{'email':'fred@home.com'}) self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 302) # At this point the system will "send" us an email. We can "check" it thusly: self.assertEqual(len(mail.outbox), 1) self.assertEqual(mail.outb

Categories : Django

phpMyAdmin Error #1043 Cannot log in to MySQL with root password (OS X 10.8.3)
That is because you need to use the following syntax: mysqladmin -uroot -p***** (command here) I had a similar problem and I solved it by setting a blank password for root and adding this to my config.inc: $cfg['Servers'][$i]['AllowNoPassword'] = TRUE; Then, when I successfully logged in, I changed my root password within the web based GUI. Hope this helps.

Categories : Mysql



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