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Also, people often forget the answers to questions too or repeat the same questions and answers on different sites, which defeats the purpose of a strong password anyway.
I’d also like to have a way to find and delete users by either Id, Name or Email and easily lock/unlock, approve/unapprove users and provide strong passwords with Blowfish.
I just renewed my subscription on 23FEB2017, I guess some of us just count on Norton too much. Norton chat support said that this was a system-wide problem, and to keep live-updating just in case they have a fix. I really do apologize for the inconvenience that this might have caused you Timothy. After running Live Update and restarting , please let me know if you are still facing issues with your ID SAFE.
I share everyone's frustration with Norton's inability to work with Firefox, after several occasions of not having things work and having to do repetitive reinstalls of Firefox, Norton Toolbar and Identity Safe. Today the proper team got the word that there is a new issue with FF which just started within the last few days. Still not working as of this morning - I still get the never-ending spinning circle when I try to open the vault. I'm sure as hell not going to close Firefox unless I have to reboot. Let us check it out a little more, but in the meantime, don't change anything else" None of this has worked for me. 2.0.65 Firefox 51.0.1 (64-bit) It still does not work for me. This is still an ongoing issue which our engineering team is doing their best to resolve. https://community.norton.com/en/forums/cannot-login-norton-identity-safe-online-vault-firefox I also pointed out to them that Firefox has updated to FF 52. I tried to edit one of my original posts to add my environmental info but this forum said I was not authorized (? Windows 7 Home Premium Norton 360 Version: 18.104.22.168 Identity Safe Version:2.0.65 Firefox 51.0.1 (32-bit) I am still logged on to my vault.
For this last option, I downloaded the Portable PHP password hashing framework, which I think is the best implementation for PHP I’ve found so far.
Although this example table is in My SQL, you could modify this for any other database.
Here is the procedure for setting up validation on a widget.
;*** Globally accessible settings *** [Database] dsn = "mysql:host=localhost;dbname=testdb" username = "testuser" password = "BKj She Qub KEufq HC" [Tables] users Table = "users" roles Table = "roles" table Prefix = "" ;*** Membership specific settings *** [Membership Provider] min Required Password Length = 5 max Invalid Password Attempts = 3 password Attempt Window = 10 user Is Online Time Window = 20 auto Approve Users = "true" The down side to this approach is that all your file names must be lowercase, but it should be slightly faster than any other autoload implementation and I’m reasonably confident it should run on a *nix platform with no hiccups as well as on Windows.
And that seems to be what an overwhelming majority of people are doing if they’re not getting an off-the-shelf CMS to start with.
Of the few frameworks for membership management that are available out there, most are a bit over complicated and have licenses, fees and other strings attached.
The tough part seems to be a consistent method of accessing, creating and maintaining users in a database.
Also a lot of those examples tend to be My SQL specific so if you need something easily customized for something else, like say Postgre SQL, you’re pretty much stuck customizing to no end, at which point you might as well write your own.
Windows 10, Firefox 51.0.1, Norton Identity Safe, three PCs. Yesterday morning I attempted to open the identity safe vault in Firefox. Now all I get is the spinning wheel on the 'Unlock your vault - validating password' page on all three PCs.