MediaWiki  1.28.1
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8  protected static $allowedActions = [ AuthManager::ACTION_UNLINK ];
10  public function __construct() {
11  parent::__construct( 'UnlinkAccounts' );
12  }
14  protected function getLoginSecurityLevel() {
15  return 'UnlinkAccount';
16  }
18  protected function getDefaultAction( $subPage ) {
19  return AuthManager::ACTION_UNLINK;
20  }
25  protected function getGroupName() {
26  return 'users';
27  }
29  public function isListed() {
30  return AuthManager::singleton()->canLinkAccounts();
31  }
33  protected function getRequestBlacklist() {
34  return $this->getConfig()->get( 'RemoveCredentialsBlacklist' );
35  }
37  public function execute( $subPage ) {
38  $this->setHeaders();
39  $this->loadAuth( $subPage );
40  $this->outputHeader();
42  $status = $this->trySubmit();
44  if ( $status === false || !$status->isOK() ) {
45  $this->displayForm( $status );
46  return;
47  }
50  $response = $status->getValue();
52  if ( $response->status === AuthenticationResponse::FAIL ) {
53  $this->displayForm( StatusValue::newFatal( $response->message ) );
54  return;
55  }
58  $status->warning( wfMessage( 'unlinkaccounts-success' ) );
59  $this->loadAuth( $subPage, null, true ); // update requests so the unlinked one doesn't show up
61  // Reset sessions - if the user unlinked an account because it was compromised,
62  // log attackers out from sessions obtained via that account.
63  $session = $this->getRequest()->getSession();
64  $user = $this->getUser();
65  SessionManager::singleton()->invalidateSessionsForUser( $user );
66  $session->setUser( $user );
67  $session->resetId();
69  $this->displayForm( $status );
70  }
72  public function handleFormSubmit( $data ) {
73  // unlink requests do not accept user input so repeat parent code but skip call to
74  // AuthenticationRequest::loadRequestsFromSubmission
75  $response = $this->performAuthenticationStep( $this->authAction, $this->authRequests );
76  return Status::newGood( $response );
77  }
78 }
A special page subclass for authentication-related special pages.
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static newFatal($message)
Factory function for fatal errors.
Definition: StatusValue.php:63
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Display the form.
outputHeader($summaryMessageKey= '')
Outputs a summary message on top of special pages Per default the message key is the canonical name o...
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performAuthenticationStep($action, array $requests)
Sets headers - this should be called from the execute() method of all derived classes! ...
Under which header this special page is listed in Special:SpecialPages.
static newGood($value=null)
Factory function for good results.
Definition: StatusValue.php:76
loadAuth($subPage, $authAction=null, $reset=false)
Load or initialize $authAction, $authRequests and $subPage.
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Definition: hooks.txt:242
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Definition: injection.txt:35
Shortcut to get the User executing this instance.
Shortcut to get main config object.
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Definition: hooks.txt:1046
string $subPage
Subpage of the special page.
Attempts to do an authentication step with the submitted data.