[RADIATOR] Automatic block wrong password

sergio sergio at inbox.com
Thu Dec 22 15:05:17 CST 2011

Thank you for your response.

Today I use Radiator with Mysql and all users are within the database.

How can we save the LOG Radiator in Mysql?

> -----Original Message-----
> From: hvn at open.com.au
> Sent: Wed, 21 Dec 2011 23:24:39 +0200
> To: sergio at inbox.com
> Subject: Re: [RADIATOR] Automatic block wrong password
> On 12/20/2011 04:46 AM, sergio wrote:
>> I need to put an automatic block of User for users who type the wrong
>> password five times.
>> Would let something like locked for 30 minutes or until someone manually
>> unlock.
> Radiator does not have this kind of module, so you would need to
> implement the required behaviour.
> For me this sounds like a SQL database would be needed for storing
> records of bad password tries and information about if and when the
> account is locked.
> An alternative might be e.g. LDAP server that locks the account after 5
> incorrect logins. The LDAP server would then implement 30 minute or
> infinite locking. In other words, if your authentication backend
> supports this, you would not need to do it with Radiator.
> Heikki
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