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File: config.class.php
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Class: PHPAuth
Register and authenticate users stored in MySQL
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Date: 5 years ago
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<?php

class Config
{
   
/*
    * Database settings
    */

   
private $dbhost = "localhost";
    private
$dbuser = "root";
    private
$dbpass = "";
    private
$dbname = "frontend";

   
/*
    * Site specific settings
    */

    // The website's name
   
private $sitename = "Auth";

   
// The base URL of the Authentication portal, without trailing slash
   
private $authurl = "http://example.com";

   
// The "from" email address for all system emails
   
private $fromemail = "no-reply@example.com";

   
// Session cookie name
   
private $cookiename = "authID";

   
// Session cookie path
   
private $cookiepath = "/";

   
// Session cookie domain
   
private $cookiedomain = "";

   
// Session cookie secure parameter
   
private $cookiesecure = false;

   
// Session cookie HttpOnly parameter
   
private $cookiehttp = true;

   
// Site key for cookie verification
   
private $sitekey = 'fghuior.)/%dgdhjUyhdbv7867HVHG7777ghg';

   
// Remember me database and cookie session duration
   
private $duration_remember = "+1 month";

   
// Non remember me database session duration
   
private $duration_non_remember = "+30 minutes";

   
// Bcrypt hashing cost
   
private $bcrypt_cost = 10;

   
/*
    * Database table settings
    */

   
private $table_attempts = 'attempts';
    private
$table_log = 'log';
    private
$table_requests = 'requests';
    private
$table_sessions = 'sessions';
    private
$table_users = 'users';

   
/*
    * Get / Set functions
    */

   
public function __get($name)
    {
        return
$this->$name;
    }

    public function
__set($name, $value)
    {
       
$this->$name = $value;
    }
}