Username with spaces (MySQL)

A.L.M.Buxey at A.L.M.Buxey at
Thu Apr 18 10:29:04 CEST 2013


> You can add
> if ("%{User-Name}" =~ / /) {
> 	reject
> }
> at the start of the authorize section.
> This rule will reject user(s) in case they add blank spaces before or after the username...

invoke a policy. there are examples and usable methods already in
policy.conf (2.x) and policy.d/* (3.x) - eg filter_username 
that you can use/modify.

note that the above example quoted wont do what you will
reject ANY user-name that contains a space anywhere - you may need to
use some more regex to match whether space is at the END or BEGINNING
of the attribute eg (quick, nasty example)

if ( ("%{User-Name}" =~ / $/) || ("%{User-Name}" =~ /^ /) ){

note...i said quick nasty example. this isnt the best regex. ;-)


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