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    express-brute-pg

    2.0.0 • Public • Published

    express-brute-pg

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    A PostgreSQL store for express-brute via node-postgres.

    Installation

    via npm:

    $ npm install express-brute-pg
    

    express-brute-pg expects a table named brute (this may be overridden in the constructor) to exist in whatever database you're connecting to.

    create table brute(id text primary key, count int, first_request timestamptz, last_request timestamptz, expires timestamptz);
    

    Usage

    var ExpressBrute = require('express-brute'),
        PgStore = require('express-brute-pg');
     
    var store = new PgStore({
        host: '127.0.0.1',
        database: 'sandbox',
        username: 'appuser',
        password: 'password'
    });
     
    var bruteforce = new ExpressBrute(store);
     
    app.post('/auth',
        bruteforce.prevent, // error 403 if we hit this route too often
        function (req, res, next) {
            res.send('Success!');
        }
    );

    Options

    • host Postgres server host name or IP address
    • database Database name to connect to
    • username Database username
    • password Corresponding password, if password authentication is required
    • tableName Include to use a storage table named something other than brute
    • schemaName Include if your storage table is in a schema other than public
    • pool You may pass in your application's pool instance to express-brute-pg to share connection pools or use the native bindings; if not supplied, express-brute-pg will spin up its own pool

    Install

    npm i express-brute-pg

    DownloadsWeekly Downloads

    5

    Version

    2.0.0

    License

    MIT

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    Collaborators

    • dmfay