Working on a log in script to my webpage

Steve Holden steve at holdenweb.com
Fri Mar 11 13:45:03 CET 2005


Pete:

Don;t give up, load Webware or similar and use that!

regards
  Steve


Pete..... wrote:
> Hi all.
> 
> Unfortunaly it looks like I dont have to skill to make a secure log in, cant 
> figure out how the code has to look like, so guess my webpage has to live 
> with a security issue.
> 
> Thanks for the effort you put into teaching me the use of cookies.
> 
> Best wishes
> Pete....
> 
> "Pete....." <helten0007 at yahoo.com> wrote in message 
> news:422f0bb8$0$527$ba624c82 at nntp05.dk.telia.net...
> 
>>Thanks.
>>
>>But I would really like to do this from scratch, so that I can learn it, I 
>>dont think I need that much more, before it works.
>>
>>I found an example with asp, where the save the session if the password is 
>>correct. It isnt that long a code, so was wondering if it isnt possible to 
>>make something like that in python. Cause when this code is applied to the 
>>loginform, CODE2 will only have to be applied to every following page and 
>>everything is good.
>>
>>code is from: 
>>http://tutorialized.com/tutorial/Creating-a-Members-Area-in-ASP/2234
>>CODE1
>>Set objRS = objConn.Execute (strSQL)
>>     '// see if there are any records returned
>>     If objRS.EOF Then
>>         'no username found
>>         strError = "- Invalid username or password<br>" & vbNewLine
>>     Else
>>         'check password
>>         If objRS("password")=Request.Form("password") Then
>>              'username/password valid
>>              'save session data
>>              Session("loggedin") = True
>>              Session("userid") = objRS("id")
>>              'redirect to members area
>>              Response.Redirect ("default.asp")
>>              Response.End
>>         Else
>>              'invalid password
>>              strError = "- Invalid username or password<br>" & vbNewLine
>>
>>CODE2<%
>>If Session("loggedin") <> True Then Response.Redirect "login.asp"
>>%>
>><html>
>><head>
>><title>Members Area</title>
>></head>
>><body>
>><h1>Members Area</h1>
>><p>Welcome to our members area!</p></body>
>></html> In my code I have allready tested if the username and password is 
>>correct, so I just need to do the cookie thing :D
>>
>>Thanks all, hope all my questions dosnt make you tired, I just really 
>>wanna figure this out, and I am doing this as a little hobby of mine, so I 
>>dont have anyone else to ask, hope that is okay...
>>
>>
>>
>>"Kent Johnson" <kent37 at tds.net> wrote in message 
>>news:422ef991_1 at newspeer2.tds.net...
>>
>>>Pete..... wrote:
>>>
>>>>Hi all I am working on a log in script for my webpage.
>>>>
>>>>I have the username and the password stored in a PostgreSQL database.
>>>
>>>You might want to look at Snakelets and CherryPy.
>>>
>>>Snakelets is "a very simple-to-use Python web application server." One of 
>>>the features is "Easy user authentication and user login handling."
>>>http://snakelets.sourceforge.net/
>>>
>>>CherryPy is "a pythonic, object-oriented web development framework" that 
>>>seems to be popular. A recipe for password-protected pages in CherryPy is 
>>>here:
>>>http://www.cherrypy.org/wiki/PasswordProtectedPages
>>>
>>>Kent
>>
>>
> 
> 




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