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php_lib_login is a library for PHP, designed to allow Web site developers to add login and password protection functionality quickly and easily. Basic login functionality including email-based, question-protected password reminding, user-creation of accounts, password changing, ip banning, and selected page protection can be implemented with about 15 lines of code. php_lib_login is designed to work with numerous different databses, including MySQL, postgreSQL, MSSQL, ODBC, Access, and more through the use of the adodb library, and supports several different human languages as well.


Recent releases

  •  13 Oct 2003 02:09

    Release Notes: Minor to medium bugfixes including: the ban-by-IP feature can no longer accidentally ban all IPs, and the remove-user feature does not strand entries in the group table. There are other minor tweaks.

    •  03 Oct 2003 03:38

      Release Notes: This release features minor bugfixes, most notably for the "null group row" bug that made the group management tool unusable. Also, the bundled version of adbodb has been updated to 3.8.

      •  22 Sep 2003 10:04

        Release Notes: This release works with $REGISTER_GLOBALS off and can accommodate users who have disabled cookies. Other minor bugfixes were included and better documentation was provided.

        •  08 Oct 2001 05:52

          Release Notes: Support for grouping users, protecting pages by group ID, and developing a heirarchical grouping strategy has been added. Some minor bug fixes have been made.

          •  02 Oct 2001 06:03

            Release Notes: A new feature allowing the uberuser to change any user's password was added, as well as the option to turn the question/answer password reset feature off. Minor additions were made to the API at the request of some users, and lib_login can now be used in Norweigan.


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