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  1. #1
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    Post Addon: Social Login Modules

    Hello,

    We have released a WHMCS addon module which allows clients to log in with their external accounts such as:
    - Facebook
    - Google
    - Twitter
    - OpenID
    - Wordpress
    - and many more.

    This addon uses the Oneall service here:
    http://www.oneall.com

    They do have a free version of their service. You must have an account with them for the addon to work.

    There is a demo of this up on our own website. Here is the log in page:
    https://www.gowhmcs.com/clientarea.php

    This addon may be ordered here:
    https://www.gowhmcs.com/cart.php?a=add&pid=4
    Ben
    goWHMCS.com Addons and Custom Development


  2. #2
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    How much I can see, on your website you have demo of Janrain plugin version form WHMCS and NOT oneall.com!?

    How good is this WHMCS plugin version for oneall.com from the term of security?

    Cheers.

  3. #3
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    Hello,

    Yes we only have one of the login modules enabled to prevent any conflicts.

    The oneall.com module will work exactly the same/similar to the Janrain module.

    What security questions did you have?
    Ben
    goWHMCS.com Addons and Custom Development


  4. #4
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    Default Re: Addon: Social Login Modules (Oneall.com)

    so much concerned about security. this should be enabled by whmcs

  5. #5
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    Default Re: Addon: Social Login Modules (Oneall.com)

    Quote Originally Posted by Jbro View Post
    so much concerned about security. this should be enabled by whmcs
    I am unsure what you mean. What specifically are you asking?
    Ben
    goWHMCS.com Addons and Custom Development


  6. #6
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    Default Re: Addon: Social Login Modules (Oneall.com)

    Such integration must be followed by distinct and robust TOS implementation. What we are doing is to actually hand over very large portion of TRUST - to and third part provider.

    For example, when client want to sign up, and all personal information is pulled from social network(s) with this plugin - we must rely on that it is correct. I haven't used MaxMind with this plugin, but I guess it will work as ordinary setup.

    I'm not sure how much will such integration possibly open doors to intruders and hacking tools from social media world. That is my primary concern.

  7. #7
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    Default Re: Addon: Social Login Modules (Oneall.com)

    Quote Originally Posted by onliner View Post
    Such integration must be followed by distinct and robust TOS implementation. What we are doing is to actually hand over very large portion of TRUST - to and third part provider.

    For example, when client want to sign up, and all personal information is pulled from social network(s) with this plugin - we must rely on that it is correct. I haven't used MaxMind with this plugin, but I guess it will work as ordinary setup.

    I'm not sure how much will such integration possibly open doors to intruders and hacking tools from social media world. That is my primary concern.
    These would probably be better questions for the Oneall.com support staff.

    This module simply accesses their API to get information and everything else is done normally as WHMCS does it. It does not open any doors as far as security goes for WHMCS.
    Ben
    goWHMCS.com Addons and Custom Development


  8. #8
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    Default Re: Addon: Social Login Modules (Oneall.com)

    Quote Originally Posted by atDev View Post
    These would probably be better questions for the Oneall.com support staff.

    This module simply accesses their API to get information and everything else is done normally as WHMCS does it. It does not open any doors as far as security goes for WHMCS.
    Good to hear that Thanks!

  9. #9
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    Default Re: Addon: Social Login Modules (Oneall.com)

    This is truly so awesome plugin It opens new dimensions to give people easier access to sing up & login.

  10. #10
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    Default Re: Addon: Social Login Modules (Oneall.com)

    The correctness of information is something you should be concerned with regardless of what method of sign up you use, you are creating a contract between yourself and your client so you should be checking identity and payment information matches up at a minimum. for larger high risk payments i look for getting verified identity of the client. that means either i must know the client personally or the must submit photo id to me, this is sent by fax or email.

    if your not checking identity the contract you open may not even be with the person named on the account and then you cant enforce it.

  11. #11
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    Default Re: Addon: Social Login Modules (Oneall.com)

    Quote Originally Posted by disgruntled View Post
    if your not checking identity the contract you open may not even be with the person named on the account and then you cant enforce it.
    Good point! It is important to find a good balance between fast account setup on one side and effective KYC on the other side...

  12. #12
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    Default Re: Addon: Social Login Modules (Oneall.com)

    Hi, I purchase the oneall addon, in wich part add the code to login to the registration page.

    For example, in your site when order the plugin is possible login with the social buttons, and redirect again to the cart.

    I install at my site, but redirect to the client area no to the shoping cart.
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  13. #13
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    Default Re: Addon: Social Login Modules (Oneall.com)

    Quote Originally Posted by aroiz View Post
    Hi, I purchase the oneall addon, in wich part add the code to login to the registration page.

    For example, in your site when order the plugin is possible login with the social buttons, and redirect again to the cart.

    I install at my site, but redirect to the client area no to the shoping cart.
    We will reply to your ticket. It may be that you are using a different cart than our demo.
    Ben
    goWHMCS.com Addons and Custom Development


  14. #14
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    Default Re: Addon: Social Login Modules (Oneall.com)

    Hi,

    Hi,

    I Have purchased this, however; How do I allow current users to login with social buttons without creating duplicate accounts?

    Thanks
    Terry
    regards/mvh
    Terry Thorpe

  15. #15
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    Default Re: Addon: Social Login Modules (Oneall.com)

    Quote Originally Posted by shed View Post
    Hi,

    Hi,

    I Have purchased this, however; How do I allow current users to login with social buttons without creating duplicate accounts?

    Thanks
    Terry
    When the plugin detects an account with the same email it will ask them to log in with the existing account to merge them.
    Ben
    goWHMCS.com Addons and Custom Development


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