[MTEST-108] The domain results presents broken horizontal graph

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[MTEST
-
108]

The domain results presents broken horizontal graph

Created: 21/Apr/11

Updated: 21/Apr/11

Resolved: 21/Apr/11

Status:

Resolved

Project:

Test and Study
-

for iPhone

Component/s:

Score Results display


Affects Version/s:

0.29


Fix Version/s:

0.30



Type:


Bug

Priority:


Major

Reporter:


Howard Cohen


Assignee:


Howard Cohen


Resolution:


Fixed

Votes:


0

Labels:


None

Remaining
Estimate:

1 hour

Time Spent:

Not Specified

Original Estimate:

1 hour

Environment:


The results page 2 allows the user to access a sub
-
page called "Domain Results"
specific to a single domain.




Description





The results page 2
allows the user to access a sub
-
page called "Domain Results" specific to a single
domain. Turning the device sideways on this screen doesn't operate as expected for a variety of reasons.



Comments





Comment by
Howard Cohen

[
21/Apr/11 11:47 AM

]

The domain results page no longer supports rotation
--

this was the most expedient way to address the
problem because it is, in fact, a
completely separate page, which can be accessed from multiple locations
(e.g. study by domain victory dance page.) The main three screens of the results page support rotation to
see the horizontal graph.





[MTEST
-
95]

Change the password authentication scheme for
examprep

Created: 11/Apr/11

Updated: 03/May/11

Resolved: 03/May/11

Status:

Resolved

Project:

Test and Study
-

for iPhone

Component/s:

ExamPrep


Affects Version/s:

None

Fix Version
/s:

0.30



Type:


Improvement

Priority:


Major

Reporter:


Howard Cohen


Assignee:


Howard Cohen


Resolution:


Fixed

Votes:


0

Labels:


None

Remaining
Estimate:

4 hours

Time Spent:

Not Specified

Original Estimate:

4 hours

Environment:


The examprep, web
-
based application




Description





The examprep application currently uses DES Hashes for validating login passwords. This should be
changed to SHA 256 or better to comply with Cisco's InfoSec review. There is a Perl CPAN module for this
here:
http://search.cpan.org/~mshelor/Digest
-
SHA
-
5.61/lib/Digest/SHA.pm



It should be used for both login validation and also for the cookie
-
based authentication. This must be
backwardly compatible with existing accounts so th
at if someone logs in with the older authentication they
are required to choose a new password and thereafter the new scheme is used.



Comments





Comment by
Howard
Cohen

[
03/May/11 5:22 PM

]

This work was done in the back end and doesn't affect the app, but it was done in the timeframe of 0.30.




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