What is the best way to notify a user after an access_control rule redirects?

So after quite a bit of research, I found the right way to do this. You’ll need to use an Entry Point service and define it in your firewall configuration. This method will not mess with your default page settings specified in your firewall config for logging in. The Code security.yml: firewalls: main: entry_point: entry_point.user_login … Read more

How do I use Access-Control-Allow-Origin? Does it just go in between the html head tags?

There are 3 ways to allow cross domain origin (excluding jsonp): Set the header in the page directly using a templating language like PHP. Keep in mind there can be no HTML before your header or it will fail. Modify the server configuration file (apache.conf) and add this line. Note that “*” represents allow all. … Read more

Role-based access control (RBAC) vs. Claims-based access control (CBAC) in ASP.NET MVC

I will try to explain the Role/Claim/Permission-based Access Control concept in layman’s terms. The code snippet I will present here, are pseudocode, may or may not compile. What are Roles? Roles can be thought of as Job Titles. Like “Sales Manager”, “Marketing Manager”, “Admin” etc. What are the claims? Claims can be broader than a … Read more

PHP: How can I block direct URL access to a file, but still allow it to be downloaded by logged in users?

Into folder members create new folder files, move here all your songs, create new .htaccess file and add the following lines: Order Deny,Allow Deny from all Into folder members create file get_song.php and add the following code: if( !empty( $_GET[‘name’] ) ) { // check if user is logged if( is_logged() ) { $song_name = … Read more

Font Awesome icons not showing in Chrome, a MaxCDN related Cross-Origin Resource Sharing policy issue

Here is the working method to allow access from all domains for webfonts: # Allow access from all domains for webfonts. # Alternatively you could only whitelist your # subdomains like “subdomain.example.com”. <IfModule mod_headers.c> <FilesMatch “\.(ttf|ttc|otf|eot|woff|font.css|css)$”> Header set Access-Control-Allow-Origin “*” </FilesMatch> </IfModule>

What is a good example to differentiate between fileprivate and private in Swift3

fileprivate is now what private used to be in earlier Swift releases: accessible from the same source file. A declaration marked as private can now only be accessed within the lexical scope it is declared in. So private is more restrictive than fileprivate. As of Swift 4, private declarations inside a type are accessible to … Read more