…private, even if it means loss of usability on features like account confirmation. For such use cases, Devise supports something called paranoid mode, which has been reported to still be vulnerable to enumeration on sign in.
Only applications using Devise paranoid mode need to update. New releases have been made for Devise branches 3.2 (3.2.1), 3.1 (3.1.2), 3.0 (3.0.4) and 2.2 (2.2.8).
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…auth not storing our own passwords, so we don't really need the full features of the lovely Devise gem. rails generate scaffold user provider:string uid:string name:string
Add to app/models/user.rb def self.create_with_omniauth(auth) create! do |user| user.provider = auth['provider'] user.uid = auth['uid'] if auth['info'] user.name = auth['info']['name'] || "" end end end
In Devise 3.1, we store an encrypted token in the database and the actual token is sent only via e-mail to the user. This means that:
Devise now requires a config.secret_key configuration. As soon as you boot your application under Devise 3.1, you will get an error with information about how to proceed;
Every time the user asks a token to be resent, a new token will be generated;
The Devise mailer now receives one extra token argument on each method. If you have customized the Devise…
Next you'll need the omniauth-37signals gem. I'm using Devise with support so I'm going to assume you're doing something similar. Your should have the following in regards to devise/omniauth, upgrade versions as needed:
gem "devise", ">= 2.2.3" gem "omniauth-37signals", "~> 1.0.5"
Run bundle install to install the new gems and then run "rails generate devise:install" to create the default …
…fit my problem really well or am I better off writing 20 lines of code myself? For example: pull in Devise or use HTTP basic authentication.
Should I use this particular library? Sometimes using another library allows you to drop one you were using for another feature. For example: use OpenSSL for both certificate signing and random token generation and drop Mongoid::Token.
Check if the new dependency has dependencies itself and weigh it against the benefit of using it. For example: …
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But if you want to have everything translated, you have to go the extra mile and actually use Devise's generator to clone its view templates within your Rails app by running rails g devise:views . This will copy the templates in app/views/devise . Keep the templates you want and translate all of them. As an example, take the resend confirmation template: <h2>Resend confirmation instructions</h2>
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