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How do I allow all users access to one route within a website with integrated auth?


How do I allow all users access to one route within a website with integrated auth?

By : user3860515
Date : January 02 2021, 06:48 AM
Hope that helps In ASP.NET MVC you should not use the location element in the web.config. Whereas the web forms engine mapped to physical files on disk, the MVC engine using routing. This means that you could inadvertently allow access to a "protected controller" through a custom route by accident.
The recommended way of securing ASP.NET MVC applications is through the use of the Authorize attribute, as seen in the example below:
code :


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Block regular users from Google auth callback Express Route

Block regular users from Google auth callback Express Route


By : JoshAshby
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
This might help you If you're using sessions then you could set a flag from your /oauth/google path before you redirect off to Google, and then on your /oauth/google/callback simply check for that flag, and reset.
code :
app.get('/oauth/google', function(req, res) {
  req.session.authFlag = true;
  res.redirect(<OAUTH2_URL>);
});

app.get('/oauth/google/callback', function(req, res, next) {
  if (!req.session.authFlag) return next(new Error(403, 'Forbidden'));
  else req.session.authFlag = false;
  ...
});
using schemes to route users from website to iOS app?

using schemes to route users from website to iOS app?


By : Ayue Mayasarie
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I think the issue was by ths following , this is possible with universal links, and activitycontinuation, already added it into my app, works great to add seamless transition between website and app.
How to deny access of unauthorized users or show them appropriate message when they access urls of django.contrib.auth m

How to deny access of unauthorized users or show them appropriate message when they access urls of django.contrib.auth m


By : Bajram Sulejmanovski
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
help you fix your problem I'm making an user authentication app using Django authentication framework. I'm using provided views like LoginView and other views (from django.contrib.auth). Problem is when users (authenticated or anonymous) access urls: , You can use the UserPassesTestMixin which can be imported from
code :
def test_func(self):
    # do your thing
Access Auth::user() in route.php

Access Auth::user() in route.php


By : Erica Quessenberry
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
seems to work fine I'm having a problem in accessing the Auth::user() in my route.php. So far here's what i've got: , Change your code to:
Laravel 5 deny route for non auth users

Laravel 5 deny route for non auth users


By : Yongxian Zhu
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish help you to fix your issue I have this Laravel 5 app. There are two controllers: Index and Home. In the index, I have the pages visible for users that haven't logged in yet. When a user logs in, he goes to the home controller. Of course, I want a visitor not being able to view the routes under home-controller. So I put a check inside the constructor for Home. But it redirects back to the index and doesn't seem to be the right way at all. So having this group of routes: , Are you using this code within your controller?
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