Author Topic: Per Session Password access  (Read 173 times)

gammy69er

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Per Session Password access
« on: August 12, 2020, 01:13:56 am »
Have had a look through the forums and surprisingly not found anything pertaining to this that i can see.

Am looking to use the password of the active user for tools.  Active user is radius auth.

I see there is currently no way to use a password unless manually entered (via input fields or in custom attributes). 
Custom attributes no good as changes on a pre user basis - and I see no per user attributes.  Also Plain text - not ideal
Input fields - Clunky - have to enter every time.

Is there any way that the Password entered at login could be saved to a callable field (like input feilds are) that can be called globally.
If not - can there be an option to activate an Input field for a global password at login (this would need to be resettable in the session also - as you may get it wrong, or would need to call radius again to auth - so as you know you have the right one)

Either way - I would presume that if required these fields could be encrypted until used - making them no less secure that input fields as it stands.

Any help appreciated - if more info required - let me know.

Cheers

Victor Kirhenshtein

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Re: Per Session Password access
« Reply #1 on: August 13, 2020, 02:43:06 pm »
Another possible way could be cache for "password" type input fields - password can be stored if user decide so and password store is allowed by administrator. It can be for session duration only or persistent between sessions.

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Victor

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Re: Per Session Password access
« Reply #2 on: September 14, 2020, 03:37:33 am »
Not sure if this fits here but I would also like to display a dashboard without logging in or have a password that saves session state just on a dashboard (so it can be autolaunched via a script etc).

My main use for this is to display the network maps in a dashboard so we can see status of all network maps, etc.