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  1. hi please help me with and example of APPML authentication, i am working on a full fledge applcaition bases on APPML, not able to crack authentication though.
  2. i got problem somewhere while trying to authenticate users while loging in. what i wrote to authenticate in classuser file is this-- // start authentication $safeUser = $mysqli->real_escape_string($username); $incomingPass = $mysqli->real_escape_string($password); $query = "SELECT * FROM user WHERE username = '{$safeUser}'"; if (!$result = $mysqli->query($query)) { error_log("Cannot retrieve account record for {$username}"); return false; } // no while loop for single row $row = $result->fetch_assoc(); $dbPass = $row['password']; if (crypt($incomingPass, $dbPass) != $dbPass) { error_log("Wrong Password for {$username}!"); return false; } i've mysql table 'user' and columns 'username' & 'password'. while trying loging in with valid username & password also it gives username & password related error. both username & password are recorded in CHAR(10) type.....
  3. I have been developing a php web site. I have been trying to follow suggested best practices. I am running ubuntu minimalist install, and installed the following packages: nginx php5 php5-fpm postgresql phppgadmin php5-gd I have nginx up and running instead of apache.I have done some basic configuration for nginx.got my vhost setup and linked. and I am now able to browse my php pages on my local test machine running ubuntu. I have created my postgre database, and have a user setup. So I am to the point that I wanted to create a page to register/login/change password. I searched and found http://stackoverflow...asswords-safely it was posted back in 2010, it links to this guide using phpass: http://www.openwall....Users-Passwords The guide/tutorial was created using Mysql, I have been swapping out functions to their equivalent postgresql functions using the postgresql documentation. I modified the guide to the point that I can create new users in my postgre database. When I got to the point "How to authenticate existing users" I hit a snag. mysql version from guide: } else { $hash = '*'; // In case the user is not found($stmt = $db->prepare('select pass from users where user=?'))|| fail('MySQL prepare', $db->error);$stmt->bind_param('s', $user)|| fail('MySQL bind_param', $db->error);$stmt->execute()|| fail('MySQL execute', $db->error);$stmt->bind_result($hash)|| fail('MySQL bind_result', $db->error);if (!$stmt->fetch() && $db->errno)fail('MySQL fetch', $db->error); if ($hasher->CheckPassword($pass, $hash)) {$what = 'Authentication succeeded';} else {$what = 'Authentication failed';}unset($hasher);} my version: } else { $hash = '*'; // In case the user is not foundpg_prepare($dbconn, "quser", 'SELECT pass FROM users WHERE pk_users=$1') or fail('pg_prepare failed ',pg_last_error($dbconn));$hashx = pg_execute($dbconn, "quser", array($user)) or fail('pg_execute failed ',pg_last_error($dbconn));$hash = pg_fetch_result($hashx, 1, 'pass'); if (!$hash && pg_last_error($dbconn))fail('pg_execute failed.2 ',pg_last_error($dbconn)); if ($hasher->CheckPassword($pass, $hash)) {$what = 'Authentication succeeded';} else {$what = 'Authentication failed';$op = 'fail'; // Definitely not 'change'} I think it has to do with bind_result($hash) I used $hashx = pg_execute() I assumed it would take the results of pg_execute() and store it in the $hashx variable, and I thought that was what bind_result($hash) was doing in the mysql example. here is the error from the server logs: 2013/02/15 19:01:12 [error] 16860#0: *1 FastCGI sent in stderr: "PHP message: PHP Warning: pg_fetch_result(): Unable to jump to row 1 on PostgreSQL result index 5 in ..../testing.com/public/inc/user-man.php on line 91" while reading response header from upstream, client: 192.168.1.150, server: testing.com, request: "POST /inc/user-man.php HTTP/1.1", upstream: "fastcgi://unix:/var/run/php5-fpm.sock:", host: "testing.com", referrer: "http://testing.com/inc/user-man.html" Also if anyone has any input weather or not this is still best practice for user registration/password security, please let me know. In addition to having a good user/password system I know that I am going to need to recheck my configuration for both nginx and postgresql to make sure everthing is locked down and secure, as well as user permissions, I have not looked for any info/guides on any of this yet. Thanks so much for any responses, I appreciate it.
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