Guest America's Reject
October 10, 2005 in Feedback
Works for all accounts. It makes an easy way to edit someones accoutn quickley. And do a few other things.
You can already edit a user's account as an admin without being logged in as them.
I think he's suggesting a global password that any account can use to access the admin panel... honestly, I think this is a poor suggestion that would lead to a HARDCORE security risk. one person gets the password and posts it somewhere... all of a sudden theres a time period that everyone has your admin pass... as easy as that your entire board gets deleted... It's better to acp access restricted to particular accounts so that only that user can access the acp.
If you are looking for a "backdoor" method to regain access in the event of a hacker, you can just change the tables in phpMyAdmin to the admin group.
No admin password works to log into member names. But Xenboy has shown me a feature that is alrdy there.
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