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LDAP Support for the new Authentication System in VS2013 (based on owin (owin.org) )
Check out the Microsoft.Owin.Security.ActiveDirectory package public void ConfigureAuth(IAppBuilder app) { var adOptions = new ActiveDirectoryFederationServicesBearerAuthenticationOptions(); //add your Active Directory parameters here app.UseActiveDirectoryFederationServicesBearerAuthentication(adOptions); }

Categories : Dotnet

JBoss 7.1 Database based JAAS authentication - authentication failed
It worked after I commented out the below statements which was appearing as default in standalone.xml. <security-domain name="other" cache-type="default"> <login-module code="Remoting" flag="optional"> <module-option name="password-stacking" value="useFirstPass"/> </login-module> <login-module code="RealmDirect" flag="required"> <module-option name="password-stacking" value="useFirstPass"/> </login-module>

Categories : Java

Does TWRequest iOS API support application-only authentication?
Look at this answer: iOS Twitter User-Timeline fetching with v1.1 API Anyway, since iOS 5 and Twitter REST API v1.1 things became quite complicated to retrieve any information from a device without using an account. My solution was to add a UIWebView (instead of the ideal UITableView). And then developed a PHP website (a table with tweets) retrieving the timeline information from Twitter to my server.

Categories : IOS

Asp.net MVC authentication using Form Based Versus Windows based
I had this scenario at a previous place of work. Here's what I did: Implement Forms Authentication, have your own custom table to store user's details. Have a property in the table to indicate whether it's an Active Directory account or not. When someone logs in, if it's an Active Directory account, authenticate it with AD. If not, just authenticate it with what you have in your table. As for signing up, you should allow someone to enter their AD credentials, authenticate with AD, then add them to your database. If they don't specify AD credentials, you should just add them as a user in your database and then set them as a non Active Directory user.

Categories : Asp Net

Codeigniter Authentication library with Facebook support
http://benedmunds.com/ion_auth/ Search the page for facebook, there looks to be a snippet which does what you requested... EDIT: There's also a git: https://github.com/dgeorgiev/facebook-ion-auth

Categories : PHP

Does the MySQL Connector/J JDBC driver support the Windows Native Authentication plugin?
As documented under Restrictions on Pluggable Authentication: The term “native authentication” used here refers to authentication against passwords stored in the Password column of the mysql.user table. [ deletia ] General Pluggable Authentication Restrictions [ deletia ] Connector/J: Clients that use this connector can connect to the server only through accounts that use native authentication. Note that the documentation goes on to point out that Connector/ODBC can use Windows authentication, so perhaps you can use a JDBC-ODBC bridge?

Categories : Mysql

Does QML support converting to different timezone based on timezoneID?
As far as I know, QML itself does not have this functionality, here are alternatives: Since you already use a database, why don't you simply add the zone.tab part of the tz database to your database and calculate the times yourself? (Don't forget about daylight saving time...) If you don't like that, you can also use TimezoneJS, a javascript library for handling timezones (which needs a copy of the same database mentioned above). Or you write a C++ plugin for QML that encapsulatesdate and tzset.

Categories : Qt

Forms-Based Authentication with SQL Azure
The article you referred uses legacy Membership Provider. It is dated, and won't work with SQL Azure out of the box. Please use ASP.NET Universal Providers which uses Entity Framework and mainly Azure compatible.

Categories : Azure

How does cookie based authentication work?
A cookie is basically just a item in a dictionary. Each item has a key and a value. For authentication, the key could be something like 'username' and the value would be the username. Each time you make a request to a website, your browser will include the cookies in the request, and the host server will check the cookies. So authentication can be done automatically like that. To set a cookie, you just have to add it to the response the server sends back after requests. The browser will then add the cookie upon receiving the response. There are different options you can configure for the cookie server side, like expiration times or encryption. An encrypted cookie is often referred to as a signed cookie. Basically the server encrypts the key and value in the dictionary item, so

Categories : Authentication

Claim based authentication in webrequest
Is this what you are trying to do? http://www.cloudidentity.com/blog/2013/01/09/using-the-jwt-handler-for-implementing-poor-man-s-delegation-actas/

Categories : Asp Net Mvc

Integrating coupon based authentication in ios
The truth is you probably can't achieve that coupon thing in your app. Consult the App Store Review Guidelines for that, but Apple hates to see apps that are limited to a particular place and/or space and that can be used only by a very small number of people. But there is a way out of this. Take a look here - https://developer.apple.com/programs/volume/b2b/

Categories : Iphone

Role-based authentication does not work
Regex " * " means any phrase. So what I could think is you don't have any URL pattern /Books/view or with more characters after that word. Also regex "/Books/view*" and "/Books/view" doesn't make any different. They are same. But "/Books/*" this URL pattern is different from others. It matches any URL pattern request a resource on /Books/ level. What I can say is recheck with url patterns you have. Can't help with out knowing them.

Categories : Java

Authentication for a REST based web app architecture
The first thing..."do I need to make the authentication on the web app and the web service, or can the web app verify the login through the web service?" ......Both are possible...depends upon your choice and implementation. But to make the flow uniform in all cases to use DB, the call from web app should go to web service as you shown in diagram. I think while login, the client should call web app server and the web app calls to web service to look into DB for checking the credentials. There can be many ways..sometimes web app use AJAX heavily and from client itself they call the REST service directly to get data or to check the credentials.

Categories : Web Services

Coming from AOP based authentication in ASP.MVC to nodeJS
As there has been no answers I will mention what I have done, which is made a class which contains the logic that needs to be carried out on the route, then made a function that is exported as the middleware entry point. That way I can unit test the logic and use the middleware to inject the "concern" into that route.

Categories : C#

When is WSO2 ELB going to support CPU-based auto scaling algorithm
Implementing a load balancing algorithm which balance load based on server load is on the road map for WSO2 ELB but unable to provide an exact time frame as of now. This will be developed and released with future ELB versions.

Categories : Wso2

Proxy pass based on authentication and authorization
Here you can find a list of authentication and authorization modules in apache. Please go through the list and choose whichever is appropriate for you! Check this link under other modules section

Categories : Java

Token based Authentication mechanism for REST API
When submitting tokens using headers or POST body, never in the Url as part of query string. See OWASP page for REST: https://www.owasp.org/index.php/REST_Security_Cheat_Sheet#Authentication_and_Session_Management

Categories : Http

ZenDesk App OAuth browser-based authentication
Here's a really simple ZenDesk App (framework version 0.5) that authenticates against Google (in a seperate popup window) fetches a custom ticket field value from the currently visible ticket retrieves the Google user's name In manifest.json, this ZenDesk App should specify "location": "ticket_sidebar". app.js (function (window) { return { zenDeskSubdomain: 'YOUR_ZENDESK_SUBDOMAIN', googleClientId: 'YOUR_GOOGLE_CLIENT_ID', events: { 'app.activated': 'onActivate', 'app.deactivated': 'onDeactivate', 'click .loginout': 'onLogInOutClick', 'click .show-username': 'onShowUserNameClick' }, requests: { getUserInfo: function (access_token) { return { u

Categories : Javascript

REST / Web based authentication-as-a-service a possibility?
The service API should largely live independent of your authentication mechanism, so I'd recommend starting this behind a simple password protected folder or some such. In my opinion it would be better to make sure you're API works and can gain traction. Meaning it'll be more a long term project. Nothing kills a project quicker than focusing on the painful stuff right out of the box. As far as what service to use? It's non-trivial to setup security well. So for a small startup project, it's probably more cost-effective to integrate with another service. Might take a look at Mozilla Persona. It's built on Node and pretty straight forward. If you do try to roll your own get some outside expertise, and DON'T do stupid stuff like use a hashing algorithm like SHA1 to store passwords. Instead

Categories : Node Js

Authentication based on SSLSockets java application
I don't see how this is possible unless there is more code you haven't shown us, i.e. a call to setEnabledCipherSuites(). Remove it. I also don't see why it is necessary to use SSL or login to a server running in the same host.

Categories : Java

Token based authentication and refresh mechanism : ios
You need to save the token got from WS to NSUserDefaults with token as key. Therefore whenever you get new token, you just need to update the UserDefaults and get updated token from UserDefaults for next WS.

Categories : Iphone

Form Based authentication in REST Web serivces
Your path configuration is correct. Remove * from your <url-pattern> inside the <servlet-mapping>. <servlet-mapping> <servlet-name>Jersey REST Service</servlet-name> <url-pattern>/</url-pattern> </servlet-mapping> Does it make any difference?

Categories : Eclipse

What is the best way to implement a token-based authentication for restify.js?
I think u just need to add the user system into your restify app. that is somekind like that. and the user need to login with username/password, after login, the client get an cookie sid, and it is connect with the session system of your api server.

Categories : Node Js

"Tuple" Object Does Not Support Item Assignment, Test-Based RPG
I'm going to assume you're taking one of the things from the enemy_dict list and you're passing it as an argument to your player character's __init__ and assigning it to self.enemy. The problem is that you are trying to change the second value in that tuple (which I assume is the HP of the enemy). You cannot assign anything to the values inside tuples - tuples are immutable. >>> t = (1,2,3) >>> t[1] = 4 Traceback (most recent call last): File "<stdin>", line 1, in <module> TypeError: 'tuple' object does not support item assignment So, you need to use a list instead of a tuple, a la enemy_dict = [["sprite", 5], ...]. You use some other worrisome language in your post, though. Enemy is a class, where self.enemy is assigned (I assume) What do you mean

Categories : Python

Integrate elgg with existing authentication based application
You can write your custom PAM handler for Elgg, that would handle the integration. See: http://docs.elgg.org/wiki/Engine/Authentication Apart from that, you probably want to keep the accounts in sync. Have a look at create/update/delete user events.

Categories : PHP

Javascript issue when using Java EE Form-based Authentication
Do it this way. That way you guaranteed that when the body loads your function will execute. However its bad practice to include javascript in your html like this. Its better to include a js file with the code in it. Also try to use a javascripting framework like Jquery or Dojo to make your life easy. <!DOCTYPE html> <html> <head> <script> function myFunction() { alert("Page is loaded"); } </script> </head> <body onload="myFunction()"> <h1>Hello World!</h1> </body> </html>

Categories : Javascript

Passport based user authentication and registration with same routes
How to OpenId with passport-google: OpenId configure strategy How to Oauth with passport-google-oauth: OAuth configure strategy By reading your code I can't actually tell which one you are trying to apply. Seems OAuth but then I see a route with /users/openidconfirm which I find unnecesary. I'll share you 2 links I found: OpenID vs. OAuth What's the difference between OpenID and OAuth? Maybe you could improve your question/trouble so I could elaborate a better answser. Hope this helps though.

Categories : Node Js

JBoss form based authentication with account lockout
I am not aware of an "out-of-the-box" solution, but there is always the possibility to write a custom login module. So have a look at the source of the DatabaseServerLoginModule: You could extend it to support a lockout. Add a flag in the database which indicates that the last verificatoin was not successful Count and store the number of subsequent login failures in the database for a given user ID Reset the counter and the flag, if there is a successful verification But if the counter reaches a limit, the password verification always returns false, and the flag/counter are not reset. So you can configure the front end to have account lockout: You just declare it to use form-based authentication. But you have to add some pages to maintain the accounts which are locked (you already hav

Categories : Authentication

Why can't the login page for form-based authentication be written in JSF?
It's because <h:form> submits to the current URL (in web development terms also known as "postback"), not to j_security_check, while the form based authentication intercepts on j_security_check URLs. It's however not true that using a JSF form for form based authentication is impossible. It's quite possible, you only need to perform the login in backing bean using HttpServletRequest#login() yourself. See also: Best way for user authentication on JavaEE 6 using JSF 2.0?

Categories : Security

Can't enable POJO based JSON binding support for Jackson in Jersey 2.0
The documentation is a bit outdated. The latest Jackson build provides an auto-discoverable provider. Add the following jars to the class path: 1) jackson-annotations-2.2.2.jar 2) jackson-core-2.2.2.jar 3) jackson-databind-2.2.2.jar 4) jackson-jaxrs-base-2.2.1.jar 5) jackson-jaxrs-json-provider-2.2.1.jar 6) jackson-module-jaxb-annotations-2.2.2.jar Make sure to add "com.fasterxml.jackson.jaxrs.json" to the "jersey.config.server.provider.packages" servlet config property, so the Jackson json provider can be auto-discovered.

Categories : Java

angularjs resource Authentication Header based on request body
I have not tried it, but if you look at lower level API $http, it has a methods that take in config as a parameter. This config i think contains the headers property that you can update before making the request. Here is the signature for PUT $http.put(url, data, config)

Categories : Angularjs

Basic and form based authentication with Spring security Javaconfig
I would say by simply doing it. Specify a second line with authorizeUrls() but for your URLs that are needed with basic authentication. Instead of formLogin() use httpBasic() @Override protected void configure(HttpSecurity http) throws Exception { http.authorizeUrls().antMatchers("/", "/index", "/user/**", "/about").permitAll() .antMatchers("/admin/**").hasRole("ADMIN") .anyRequest().authenticated() .and().formLogin() .loginUrl("/login") .failureUrl("/login-error") .loginProcessingUrl("/security_check") .usernameParameter("j_username").passwordParameter("j_password") .permitAll(); http.authorizeUrls().antMatchers("/api/*").hasRole("YOUR_ROLE_HERE").and().httpBasic(); http.logout().logoutUrl("/logout"); http.rememberMe().rememberMeServices(

Categories : Java

Dyamically redirect user after session timeout based on original Authentication
Roll-your-own solution: Upon login, you can manually set a non-expiring second cookie (other than the session id cookie) in the user's browser and use its value to determine which page to redirect to when the user's session has expired.

Categories : Java

Why does Boost.Asio not support an Event-based interface (for example, something along the lines of condition variable signaling)?
Condition variables are a synchronous concept: they block one thread until something happens in another thread. Boost.Asio is an asynchronous framework: it provides multiplexing of events in a non-blocking fashion. These two don't seem very compatible. If you want asynchronous event notification, look at eventfd on Linux, which should be usable with Boost.Asio.

Categories : C++

How to implement authentication for mobile Django client based upon JqueryMobile, AngularJs, PhoneGap
We’ve the following : [Client {JQM}/{PhoneGap}] ← REST → [Web-Server]—[Django/Social-Auth] When DeviceReady and JQM are fully initialized, client issues GET to the server to test if it is already authenticated. If yes, go to starting page; otherwise, go to log-in page. Then it is just normal authentication flow. Once it is authenticated, route to starting page. Hope this help. We did set cors in the client $( document ).bind( "mobileinit", function() { $.support.cors = true; $.mobile.allowCrossDomainPages = true; }

Categories : Django

Spring Security - Users redirect based on business logic post successful authentication for all secure pages/views
I would look at this as a cross cutting concern, so in my opinion you're right to be considering the filtering approach. I don't think implementing a custom AuthenticationSuccessHandler is the right way to do it. By using a filter, you will gain control over which URLs the logic applies too, not only when the user authenticates. As to how you achieve the filtering, there are a couple of ways to configure it, but I can't see you needing to do anything more complicated than provide a well tested javax.servlet.Filter implementation. Option 1 would be to configure your Servlet Filter as part of the Spring Security filter chain. Spring Security is implemented as a series of Filters, each with a clearly defined role. Spring Security allows you to insert custom filters into this chain for appl

Categories : Spring

Will the support for the API-Key based authorisation for asana end with Asana Connect?
OAuth is a better choice for client applications, but for some cases (automated internal integration with SCM or bug management, etc., which it sounds like is the case you're talking about) the API key still makes sense. If we ever deprecate the old API key, you can be sure we'll make it just as easy to get a one-off OAuth token for similar use cases.

Categories : Api

How will “windows based” authentication work in MVC web application, if users access the application from outside the company intranet
Assuming your website in IIS is visible to the outside through the firewall, then yes it will be accessible from home depending on the browser, you should get a pop up asking for username and password, and the username should be typed MYDOMAINJOEBLOGGS This setup may well work fine but it depends on your needs - is your network admin happy to open this server up to the outside world There can be a quirk if using Internet explorer externally, where IE does not display a pop up box, and instead tries to authenticate with the local windows username, which may not match AD username if it is a personal PC (to get around this on the client, go to Internet Options > Security > Custom Level then scroll down to User Authentication and select 'Prompt for username and password'

Categories : Asp Net Mvc

Get page content of a page which is using a form-based authentication
The CURLOPT_USERPWD is only for Basic HTTP Authentication. You will need to use POST commands that match up with the service. $data = array('username' => 'User', 'password' => 'Pass'); curl_setopt($ch, CURLOPT_POST, 2); curl_setopt($ch, CURLOPT_POSTFIELDS, $data); And you will also need to look into storing the SESSION the site provides you with CURLOPT_COOKIE CURLOPT_COOKIEFILE CURLOPT_COOKIEJAR options

Categories : PHP

jQuery.support.ajax returns true even if XMLHTTP support is disabled
According to this Microsoft page, the IE8 setting only disables the W3C standard XMLHttpRequest object. It leaves the ActiveX Microsoft.XMLHTTP control enabled. There is a separate setting to disable (all) ActiveX controls. The jQuery support.ajax test works for both methods, so disabling the former but leaving the latter enabled will return true.

Categories : Javascript



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