Improved password storage schema
[PHPCredLocker.git] / lib / customer.class.php
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<?php
/** Customer Portal related functions
*
* Copyright (c) 2012 B Tasker
* Released under GNU GPL V2
* See LICENSE
*
*/ 
 
defined('_CREDLOCK') or die;
 
class CredLockCust{
 
/** Add a customer 
*
* @arg name - Customer's name
* @arg group - Group ID
* @arg firstname - Their given name
* @arg surname - Family name
* @arg email - Email address
*
*/
function add($name,$group,$firstname,$surname,$email){
$db = new CustDB;
$id = $db->addCustomer($name,$group,$firstname,$surname,$email);
$auth = new ProgAuth;
$db = new AuthDB;
 
if (!$id){
  return false;
}
 
// We add the customer to the portal, even if we won't let them log-in (i.e. the portal is disabled)
$password = $auth->generatePassword();
$salt = $auth->createSalt();
$pass = ProgAuth::blowfishCrypt($password.$salt,12);
 
 
 
if ($db->addCusttoPortal($id,$email,$pass.":".$salt,1)) {
 
    if (BTMain::getConf()->custPortalEnabled){
    global $notifications;
    $not->className = 'alert alert-success';
    $not->text = "The customer has been successfully added to the customer portal and can use the password <i>$password</i> to manage their credentials";
    // This echo is a temporary thing until I update Notifications
    echo "<div class='{$not->className}'>{$not->text}</div>";
 
 
    $notifications->setNotification($not);
    }
 
 
 
}
 
return $id;
 
}
 
 
 
 
 
/** Edit a Customer record - including updating the portal details (i.e. update the email address if changed)
*
*/
function edit($id,$name,$group,$firstname,$surname,$email){
 
$db = new CustDB;
$auth = new ProgAuth;
 
if (!$db->editCustomer($id,$name,$group,$firstname,$surname,$email)){
return false;
}
 
$db = new AuthDB;
// We add the customer to the portal, even if we won't let them log-in (i.e. the portal is disabled)
$password = $auth->generatePassword();
$salt = $auth->createSalt();
$pass = ProgAuth::blowfishCrypt($password.$salt,12);
 
 
 global $notifications;
 
if ($db->addCusttoPortal($id,$email,$pass.":".$salt,1)){
 
 
 
   
 
    $not->className = 'alert alert-success';
    $not->text = "The customer has been successfully added to the customer portal and can use the password <i>$password</i> to manage their credentials";
    // This echo is a temporary thing until I update Notifications
    echo "<div class='{$not->className}'>{$not->text}</div>";
   // $notifications->setNotification($not);
    
 
}else{
    echo "<div class='alert alert-error'>Unable to update Customer Portal details</div>";
}
 
  
 
  
return true;
 
 
 
 
}
 
 
/** Called by ProgAuth::ProcessLogin - See if the supplied username matches any in the PortalDB
*
* @arg username
*
* @return object or false
*/
function checkLogin($username){
$db = new AuthDB;
 
if (!$user = $db->getPortalByUsername($username)){
return false;
}
$crypt = new Crypto;
 
// Set the customer indicator
$user->membergroup = "-99,";
$user->Name = $crypt->decrypt($user->ContactName,'auth')." ".$crypt->decrypt($user->Surname,'auth');
return $user;
 
 
 
}
 
 
 
/** Portal sessions have an ID rather than a username stored against them. See if that ID matches our table
*
*/
function checkSession($id){
$db = new AuthDB;
$crypt = new Crypto;
 
$usedets = $db->getPortalByID($id);
 
if (!$usedets){
  return false;
 }
 
$usedets->membergroup = "-99,";
$usedets->Name = $crypt->decrypt($usedets->ContactName,'auth')." ".$crypt->decrypt($usedets->ContactSurname,'auth');
$usedets->email = $crypt->decrypt($usedets->email,'auth');
return $usedets;
}
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
}
 
 
 
 
?>