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by A. Solvez - 5 years ago (2016-02-23)
I need a class to manage user accounts performing login, logout, registration, and password recovery.
Features: -Class for groups management(validation, creation, suppression) -Class for users management(registration, validation, creation, suppression) -Management area based on user's role, actually it is set on Admin allowed only(fully used of ajax only) -Users registration with ajax using PDO to connect to MySql *check of already used mail or already used username (ajax) *send of validation mail(ajax) -Users connexion with ajax using PDO to connect to MySql *check of username existence(ajax) *check of true password(ajax) *check of access time (ajax) with message to tell you when to connect if you can't at the moment you try. *not register? link *forget password link -Users password recovering page and reset mail sending using ajax *mail prompt *password changing after mail validation with unique id -Management of users *Edit properties like activation statut,role,password,group for access time etc... *Add a new user *Delete an user -Management of Groups *Edit properties like name,description,access time,access time recurrence,starting date to apply the access time, etc... *Add a new group *Delete an existing group.
You can use simply user_manager_model of BurgeCMF, and its related controller AE_User. The password authentication is completely secure and also stores a seed per user to disallow rainbow table attacks
This class can do precisely that using PDO to store user records on a database.