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Re:[Alpha 1.5.4] phpNuke Integration 0.2
« Reply #60 on: July 22, 2003, 04:15:37 PM »
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Well, I've dropped it for now for a couple reasons.

 - I'm working on other things, notably the next version of YaBB SE.
 - If I finish that, I'll have to totally rewrite anything I do here for that version.
 - I'm wondering how many options need to be in the BLIMEY DATABASE MODIFIER for this too.

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Re:[Alpha 1.5.4] phpNuke Integration 0.2
« Reply #61 on: July 22, 2003, 04:38:03 PM »
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I would like to see this integration, along with XOOPS, to go along with the release, or shortly after, of our upcoming 1.0 version under the new name.  ;)
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Re:[Alpha 1.5.4] phpNuke Integration 0.2
« Reply #62 on: July 27, 2003, 01:22:33 AM »
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I would like to see this integration.....
David?  ummm, you can actually...well I mean, ya can see the Nuke integration part.  As I stated in an earlier post, I do have a fully functional YaBBSE within my nuke.  

However, for various reasons that I dont wish to explain publicly, I'm going to have to ask that you contact me either via ICQ, or thru a private message here in the forum in order to obtain the link.  I will make the necessary explanations then....[Unknown] is aware of what they are, and I'm sure he would totally agree with my request...wouldn't ya [Unknown]?

I look forward to hearing from you....

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Re:[Alpha 1.5.4] phpNuke Integration 0.2
« Reply #63 on: July 27, 2003, 01:44:43 AM »
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I think you misunderstood me.  I would like to see an official phpNuke and XOOPS modules along with the next release.
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Re:[Alpha 1.5.4] phpNuke Integration 0.2
« Reply #64 on: July 27, 2003, 01:47:36 AM »
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Yeah, I'll work on them.  I don't know about *at the same time as* the next release.... but, I definitely will make sure to get some of that stuff underway - even if I'm not personally doing it.

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Re:[Alpha 1.5.4] phpNuke Integration 0.2
« Reply #65 on: July 27, 2003, 01:50:35 AM »
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I think you misunderstood me.  I would like to see an official phpNuke and XOOPS modules along with the next release.
Yes, I suppose I did misunderstand you, then...

My apologies...it's getting rather late here in Cali...
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Re:[Alpha 1.5.4] phpNuke Integration 0.2
« Reply #66 on: July 27, 2003, 02:02:41 PM »
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This is good news. With my sporadic following of this thread I misunderstood [Unknown] to mean this mod was being abandoned.

I would like to use YaPP/pFaBB/Enigma but it seems it is quite  a way from a "release" version.
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Re:[Alpha 1.5.4] phpNuke Integration 0.2
« Reply #67 on: September 29, 2003, 07:31:39 PM »
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Hiho,
I need your help!!

I installed Yabb Se and PHPNuke on my system, but after the modding, all I get is a white screen!

No Error Message!

What can I do??

PLZ Help me. THX
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Re:[Alpha 1.5.4] phpNuke Integration 0.2
« Reply #68 on: October 14, 2003, 04:04:50 AM »
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I think it will be great if Yabb en phpnuke can work together!

I will integrate Yabb in Phpnuke and give support!!

Thankxx!!
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Re:[Alpha 1.5.4] phpNuke Integration 0.2
« Reply #69 on: October 16, 2003, 06:26:27 PM »
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I have made a modification on PHPNuke so that it can read the cripted password of YabbSe..

In practical enough copying the algorithm of the jam used in YabbSe and replacing it to that one of PHPNuke.

If interests I posted it.


Excuse My Little English...



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Re:[Alpha 1.5.4] phpNuke Integration 0.2
« Reply #70 on: October 22, 2003, 03:36:04 AM »
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FaSan, I'd be really interested in seeing waht youve done!!
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Re:[Alpha 1.5.4] phpNuke Integration 0.2
« Reply #71 on: October 22, 2003, 08:00:43 AM »
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Hi FaSan,

I´m also really interested in the mod!


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Re:[Alpha 1.5.4] phpNuke Integration 0.2
« Reply #72 on: October 23, 2003, 04:37:05 PM »
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Ok !! This Is the Modification on PHPNuke 6.7 / 6.9 :


/MainFile.php
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<Search>
?>
</Search>

<Add Before>
// MD5 Encryption
function md5_hmac($data, $key)
{
   if (strlen($key) > 64)
      $key = pack('H*', md5($key));
   $key  = str_pad($key, 64, chr(0x00));

   $k_ipad = $key ^ str_repeat(chr(0x36), 64);
   $k_opad = $key ^ str_repeat(chr(0x5c), 64);

   return md5($k_opad . pack('H*', md5($k_ipad . $data)));
}
</Add Before>

/Admin.php
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<Search>
$pwd = md5($pwd);
</Search>

<Replace>
$pwd = md5_hmac($pwd, strtolower($name));
</Replace>

/Auth.php
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<Search>
$pwd = md5($pwd);
</Search>

<Replace>
$pwd = md5_hmac($pwd, strtolower($aid));
</Replace>

/Admin/Modules/Authors.php
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<Search>
$chng_pwd = md5($chng_pwd);
</Search>

<Replace>
$chng_pwd = md5_hmac($chng_pwd, strtolower($chng_aid));
</Replace>

<Search>
$add_pwd = md5($add_pwd);
</Search>

<Replace>
$add_pwd = md5_hmac($add_pwd, strtolower($add_aid));
</Replace>

/Admin/Modules/Users.php
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<Search>
$cpass = md5($chng_pass);
</Search>

<Replace>
$cpass = md5_hmac($chng_pass, strtolower($chng_uname));
</Replace>

<Search>
$add_pass = md5($add_pass);
</Search>

<Replace>
$add_pass = md5_hmac($add_pass, strtolower($chng_uname));
</Replace>

/includes/usercp_register.php
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<Search>
if ( $row['user_password'] != md5($cur_password) )
</Search>

<Replace>
if ( $row['user_password'] != md5_hmac($cur_password, strtolower($username)) )
</Replace>

<Search>
$new_password = md5($new_password);
</Search>

<Replace>
$new_password = md5_hmac($new_password, strtolower($username));
</Replace>

<Search>
if ( $row['user_password'] != md5($cur_password) )
</Search>

<Replace>
if ( $row['user_password'] != md5_hmac($cur_password, strtolower($username)) )
</Replace>

/includes/usercp_sendpasswd.php
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<Search>
SET user_newpasswd = '" . md5($user_password) . "', user_actkey = '$user_actkey'
</Search>

<Replace>
SET user_newpasswd = '" . md5_hmac($user_password, strtolower($username)) . "', user_actkey = '$user_actkey'
</Replace>

/Modules/Your_Account/index.php
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<Search>
$new_password = md5($user_password);
</Search>

<Replace>
$new_password = md5_hmac($user_password, strtolower($username));
</Replace>

<Search>
$cryptpass = md5($newpass);
</Search>

<Replace>
$cryptpass = md5_hmac($newpass, strtolower($username));
</Replace>

<Search>
$old_crypt_pass = crypt($user_password,substr($dbpass,0,2));
$new_pass = md5($user_password);
</Search>

<Replace>
$old_crypt_pass = crypt($user_password,substr($dbpass,0,2));
$new_pass = md5_hmac($user_password, strtolower($username));
</Replace>

<Search>
$db->sql_query("LOCK TABLES ".$user_prefix."_users WRITE");
$user_password = md5($user_password);
</Search>

<Replace>
$db->sql_query("LOCK TABLES ".$user_prefix."_users WRITE");
$user_password = md5_hmac($user_password, strtolower($username));
</Replace>



**** This modification is for Forum PHPBB Integrated On PHPNuke ****

/Modules/Forums/login.php
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<Search>
$row['user_password'] = md5($password);
</Search>

<Replace>
$row['user_password'] = md5_hmac($password, strtolower($username));
</Replace>

<Search>
if( md5($password) == $row['user_password'] && $row['user_active'] )
</Search>

<Replace>
if( md5_hmac($password, strtolower($username)) == $row['user_password'] && $row['user_active'] )
</Replace>

/Modules/Forums/Admin/admin_users.php
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<Search>
$password = md5($password);
</Search>

<Replace>
$password = md5_hmac($password, strtolower($username));
</Replace>


Now you must copy in the DB Users of PHPNuke the Password of Users YABBSE and This is OK  ;) ;D 8)


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Re:[Alpha 1.5.4] phpNuke Integration 0.2
« Reply #73 on: October 27, 2003, 02:51:59 AM »
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If you want use the integration's mod you need another changes in YabbSe sources.

Now i've a portal with phpnuke e yabbse integrated but need two operation of login. One on portal and one in yabbse forum, but the forum work right.

I've change the mod of Unknow because is not working correctly with nuke 6.9

I posted the change later.


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Re:[Alpha 1.5.4] phpNuke Integration 0.2
« Reply #74 on: October 27, 2003, 11:55:52 AM »
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Hi FaSan,

I tried to use your mod but it is indeed not working properly.

I wait untill you post the new mod.

Thanx,


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