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Generalized app for two-step verification

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Generalized app for two-step verification.

Supports Python 3.5, 3.6, 3.7; Django 1.11 and Django 2.2.

Versions prior to 1.0.0 support Python 2 and Django older than 1.11.

Installation

  1. Install the library, for instance with pip:

    pip install django-verification
  2. Add the library to your INSTALLED_APPS of an exiting project:

    INSTALLED_APPS += ['verification']
  3. Add the tables to the existing project:

    python manage.py migrate verification

Upgrade

To 0.4.1 (needs Django 1.7+):

python manage.py migrate --fake verification 0001_initial

Demo

Copy the entire django-verification directory somewhere, set up and enter a virtualenv, then provided you are on some Un*x:

make demo

This’ll automatically make a user “admin” with the password “demo”.

The demo should now be running on http://127.0.0.1/

Running make demo again will erase the database from the previous run.

Tests

To run the tests, first install the testing-requirements:

pip install -r requirements/test.txt

then run the tests with:

make test APP=verification

Usage

Create a KeyGroup. KeyGroups hold the config for your Keys, so you might want to make fixtures of them.

from verification.models import KeyGroup

keygroup = KeyGroup(
    name='activate_account', # Unique
    generator='sha1',        # See verification.generators
)

Create a Key on some event, for instance when a user clicks a button:

from verification.models import Key

Key.generate(group=keygroup)

Set Key.send_func to some callable:

from django.core.mail import send_mail

# In this minimal example, the contents of the email is created earlier
def email_key(recipient, content):
    subject = "Activate account on FooBlog"
    recipient = ''.join(recipient.strip().split())
    # Use any kind of messaging-system here
    send_mail(subject, content, 'noreply@example.com', [recipient])

key.send_func = email_key

Choose the claim-view, make the content of the email, send it with key.send_key():

from django.core.urlresolvers import reverse

activate_url = reverse('verification-claim-post-url',
        kwargs={'key': key, 'group': key.group})
content = "Click on %s to activate your account on FooBlog!" % activate_url
recipient = 'john.oe@example.com'

key.send_key(recipient, content)

Hook the key_claimed-signal in order to do something after the key is claimed:

from django.dispatch import receiver

from verification.signals import key_claimed

@receiver(key_claimed)
def user_created_key_claimed(sender, **kwargs):
    claimant = kwargs['claimant']
    claimant.is_active = True
    claimant.save()
Version:

1.2.0

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