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Authentication on HTPasswd

Authentication of user on htpasswd file.

The password must be crypted in the file

The class definition

Class \authhtpasswd

Namespace \

Description

 User authentication against .htpasswd file
    A .htpasswd can be created by the 'htpasswd' command for Apache, and contain
    toto@toto.com:$2y$05$uHCUNqicE7Pku3MK1qZaDuJxP/pocqCcEAnacZBjsfWgW9EcuG5y2

Properties

public $appName;
 The application name
public $htpasswdFile;
 The .htpasswd file to use for authentication

Methods

public function authentication ($email, $password)
 Try to authenticate the email/password of the user
      @param string $email Email to authenticate
      @param string $password Password to authenticate

public function changepassword ($oldpassword, $newpassword)
 Method to change the password
      @param string $oldpassword The old password (to check if the user have the
         rights to change the password)
      @param string $newpassword The new password to be recorded

public function connect ()
 There is no real connection to htpasswd

public function getdetails ()
 Return all the parameters recorded for the authenticate user

public function listusers ()
 List all the users available in the database
 Return firstname, lastname, mail, with mail is an array

public function logout ()
 Method to disconnect the authenticated user

public function overwritepassword ($email, $newpassword)
 Method to overwrite the password (without oldpassword check)
      Must be reserved to the administrators. For the users, use changepassword
      method
      @param string $email the user identifier to select
      @param string $newpassword The new password to be recorded

public function pageHTML ($baseURL, $message="", $url="", $alreadyAuth=false)
 Display the authentication page
 The message is displayed to the user in case of error
 The url is the caller url to go back if authentication is correct
 @param string $baseURL The URL base to use for the links
 @param string|null $message Message to display to the user
 @param string|null $url URL to go back after successful authentication
 @param mixed $alreadyAuth If the user is already authenticated, the value
 will be displayed if the user is coming on the page.