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django-verification 0.3.1

Generalized app for two-step verification

Latest Version: 0.4.1

Generalized app for two-step verification.


  1. Install the library, for instance with pip:

    pip install django-verification
  2. Add the library to your INSTALLED_APPS of an exiting project:

    INSTALLED_APPS += ['verification']
  3. Add the tables to the existing project.

    Prior to django 1.7:

    $ ./ syncdb


Copy the entire django-verification directory somewhere, set up and enter a virtualenv, then provided you are on some Un*x:

make demo

This’ll automatically make a user “admin” with the password “demo”.

The demo should now be running on

Running make demo again will erase the database from the previous run.


To run the tests, first install the testing-requirements:

pip install -r requirements/test.txt

then run the tests with:

make test APP=verification


Create a KeyGroup. KeyGroups hold the config for your Keys, so you might want to make fixtures of them.

from verification.models import KeyGroup

keygroup = KeyGroup(
    name='activate_account', # Unique
    generator='sha1',        # See verification.generators

Create a Key on some event, for instance when a user clicks a button:

from verification.models import Key


Set Key.send_func to some callable:

from django.core.mail import send_mail

# In this minimal example, the contents of the email is created earlier
def email_key(recipient, content):
    subject = "Activate account on FooBlog"
    recipient = ''.join(recipient.strip().split())
    # Use any kind of messaging-system here
    send_mail(subject, content, '', [recipient])

key.send_func = email_key

Choose the claim-view, make the content of the email, send it with key.send_key():

from django.core.urlresolvers import reverse

activate_url = reverse('verification-claim-post-url',
        kwargs={'key': key, 'group':})
content = "Click on %s to activate your account on FooBlog!" % activate_url
recipient = ''

key.send_key(recipient, content)

Hook the key_claimed-signal in order to do something after the key is claimed:

from django.dispatch import receiver

from verification.signals import key_claimed

def user_created_key_claimed(sender, **kwargs):
    claimant = kwargs['claimant']
    claimant.is_active = True
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