Membership site able to detect shared passwords

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  1. shudogg

    shudogg Regular Member

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    Hello BHW,

    I am needing a simple membership site, or form login with admin panel. My site is free, but has content I don't want found or shared. Right now I have the area protected with Basic Auth through htaccess. Basically its a training site, and my downline members will be given the link. From there they either create a free account, or login if they already created one.

    I would like a script that will block brute force attempts (IE - freeze the account for x hours, or prevent that IP from trying again for x hours)

    But most importantly, I am needing to keep track of the users. I MUST know if they are sharing the password. Kind of like porn sites do, if there has been too many logins from more than x amount of IPs, it will freeze/suspend the account.

    Any ideas of what script will do this?
     
  2. shudogg

    shudogg Regular Member

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    I guess nobody knows of a secure account management software?? It just needs to help be suspend shared accounts, and protect against brute force attempts.
     
  3. heretolearn

    heretolearn Registered Member

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    A script called stopthathacker comes to mind. Never used it but I remember the name. I just checked the site and the copyright is 1998-2003 so it may not have been updated in awhile..... use this as a starting point of research perhaps.
     
  4. trax

    trax Newbie

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    search for a script called pennywize or strongbox
    a lot of adult sites use those on their members area