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From "Igor Bondarenko" <jetm...@users.sf.net>
Subject [allura:tickets] #6783 Create a process to reset forgotten passwords
Date Tue, 05 Nov 2013 10:00:51 GMT
Closed #463. `je/42cc_6783`


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** [tickets:#6783] Create a process to reset forgotten passwords**

**Status:** code-review
**Labels:** 42cc auth 
**Created:** Tue Oct 22, 2013 02:50 PM UTC by Dave Brondsema
**Last Updated:** Wed Oct 23, 2013 06:15 AM UTC
**Owner:** nobody

Allura should have a link on the login page for people who have forgotten their username or
password.

It should go to a form that asks them for their email address, and then if that email address
is verified in the system and  and the user record isn't disabled, send an email to them.
 The email should include their username and a link to a reset page.

The reset page can use a secret hash url parameter to validate the user and let them reset
their password.  The hash should be stored in the database when the email was first sent.
 Also store the time that the email was sent, so that the hash is only valid for a certain
time period (configurable in ini).  For the password change form, lets re-use as much of the
password change logic that already exists for logged-in users.  Refactor if needed.

Use `config['site_name']` on the html and email templates, so that the experience is recognizable
and comfortable for users.

Since auth is pluggable in Allura, this whole process needs to be optional.  Perhaps the simplest
thing would be a new property on `AuthenticationProvider` classes.  Have it default to false,
and the `LocalAuthenticationProvider` can set the "forgot password reset" property to true.


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