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  15. 06 Jun, 2016 3 commits
    • Connor Shea's avatar
      Add License Finder gem. · b51b1450
      Connor Shea authored
      In order to rehost all our gems in our own gem host, we need to have the legal rights to do so for every gem should they be taken down from RubyGems. License Finder automates checking of gems to ensure that we're in the clear legally.
      
      Approved the MIT License because it essentially allows us to do "whatever" with those gems.
      
      I am not a lawyer.
      
      https://github.com/pivotal/LicenseFinder
      b51b1450
    • Timothy Andrew's avatar
      Update the `browser` gem. · e5823f36
      Timothy Andrew authored
      - Need the `mobile?` detection (that the new version provides) for the
        U2F registration/ authentication flow
      e5823f36
    • Timothy Andrew's avatar
      Add a `U2fRegistrations` table/model. · 791cc913
      Timothy Andrew authored
      - To hold registrations from U2F devices, and to authenticate them.
      - Previously, `User#two_factor_enabled` was aliased to the
        `otp_required_for_login` column on `users`.
      - This commit changes things a bit:
          - `User#two_factor_enabled` is not a method anymore
          - `User#two_factor_enabled?` checks both the
            `otp_required_for_login` column, as well as `U2fRegistration`s
          - Change all instances of `User#two_factor_enabled` to
            `User#two_factor_enabled?`
      - Add the `u2f` gem, and implement registration/authentication at the
        model level.
      791cc913
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