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by Kanwal Naz - 5 years ago (2015-04-01)

user authorization process

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I wish to learn the user authorization process with login attempts check, I have created a simple user login function that on successful login redirect to welcome page but this didn't restrict wrong submitted password. my code is as under: <?php

require_once('Connections/config.php'); 
@session_start();
error_reporting(E_ALL ^ E_NOTICE);
if(isset($_GET['logout'])){
@session_destroy();
$messageUser="You have been logged out successfully";

?>

		<script type="text/javascript">
			alert("<?=$messageUser?>")
		</script>

<?php

	redirect('login.php');
}
if(isset($_POST['login_submit'])){
	$userName	= 	$_POST['username'];
	$uPassword	=	$_POST['password'];
	//$hashed    	= 	hash('sha512', $uPassword);

	$_SESSION['messageUser'] = "";

	$sql	=	"SELECT * FROM users WHERE username= '$userName' AND password= '$uPassword'";
	$res	=	mysql_query($sql) or die('1login'.mysql_error());
	
	if(@mysql_num_rows($res) > 0 ){
		$rows_users	=	mysql_fetch_assoc($res);			
		if($rows_users['ustatus'] == 1){		
				
				$_SESSION['myId'] 		= $rows_users['id'];	
				$_SESSION['myName'] 	= $rows_users['username'];
				$_SESSION['myPass'] 	= $rows_users['password'];
				$_SESSION['myType']		= $rows_users['utype']; 		
				$_SESSION['myCompany'] 	= $rows_users['com_id'];	
				$_SESSION['myBranch'] 	= $rows_users['br_id'];	
				$_SESSION['myStatus'] 	= $rows_users['ustatus'];
				
				redirect('dashboard.php');
		}
		elseif($rows_users['ustatus'] == 2)				
			$_SESSION['messageUser']="You are banned user";
		else
			$_SESSION['messageUser']="you are not activated yet";
	}
	else
		$_SESSION['messageUser']="user  does not exists";
}

?>

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by zinsou A.A.E.Mo´se package author package author Reputation 5765 - 2 years ago (2017-07-20) Comment

tinyGatMs package is simple users and groups recurring access time management system. technolgies used: -PHP of course -MySql -AJAX(JAVASCRIPT) -HTML5 -for the css it's minimalist you will see what to do with that

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MySQL Database Library: Access MySQL databases and manipulate files

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by Justin Eldracher package author package author Reputation 140 - 5 years ago (2015-06-22) Comment

I have a few methods for dealing with users in my MySQL database class. I currently use the MySQL password() function on my passwords, though, so you might not want to use it if you are storing plain text.

Anyway, the authorize("user", "pass") method check to see if the given username & password exist in the users table of the database and if they are unique. If so, it returns an associative array of that user, but if not it returns false.

Hope that helps.


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