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QuickAuth: A Quick User-Password Authentication for Python

Project description

A quick user-password authentication for Python.

Installation

pip install quickauth

Usage

from quickauth.core import QuickAuth
authenticator = QuickAuth()
print(authenticator.register())
print(authenticator.authorize(key='fbdca934-34c0-11e9-8bb3-685b35d08286',value='579d0f25-aed1-40c4-afa8-61e11254f47e'))
print(authenticator.update(key='fbdca934-34c0-11e9-8bb3-685b35d08286'))

Outputs:

{'key': 'fbdca934-34c0-11e9-8bb3-685b35d08286', 'secret': '579d0f25-aed1-40c4-afa8-61e11254f47e'}
True
{'key': 'fbdca934-34c0-11e9-8bb3-685b35d08286', 'secret': '974bc9bb-8839-4f0c-83b7-adc78cc3247d'}

Run from terminal:

python3 -m quickauth.core [-h] [--db DB] [-k KEY] [-s SECRET] OPERATION

Positional arguments:

OPERATION register, authorize, or update

Optional arguments:

-h, --help

show this help message and exit

--db DB

database file, default: auth.db

-k KEY, --key KEY

key

-s SECRET, --secret SECRET

secret

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