Click Custom Database and turn on the Use my own database switch.

You have to provide a login script to authenticate the user that will execute each time a user attempts to log in.

The Java Script Source: Forms: Validation (password) Simply click inside the window below, use your cursor to highlight the script, and copy (type Control-c or Apple-c) the script into a new file in your text editor (such as Note Pad or Simple Text) and save (Control-s or Command-s).

To keep the example code simple, the example doesn't access a data store to authenticate the user, but accepts all logins with usernames and passwords at least 5 characters long as valid.

Download the Bot Detect Java library and run this example The JSP Login Form CAPTCHA code example is included in the As previously mentioned, the actual authentication code is not implemented, but the example code should demonstrate the underlying principles adequately.

In the connection script, refer to these parameters as: statement to the script you will be able to see the output here.

The script runs in a Java Script sandbox where you can use the full power of the Java Script language and selected libraries.

Auth0 provides templates for most common databases, such as: ASP.

NET Membership Provider, Mongo DB, My SQL, Postgre SQL, SQLServer, Windows Azure SQL Database, and for a web service accessed by Basic Auth.

Beta1 is an in-progress port of Bot Detect 4 Captcha, and we need you to guide our efforts towards a polished product.

Please let us know if you encounter any bugs, implementation issues, or a usage scenario you would like to discuss.

Of course, your custom database will need to have fields in it that will provide the information to populate user profiles.

In the above example, the script is checking for an .

Also, if they enter an invalid username password combination three times, they have to solve the CAPTCHA again.