Validating with login server
Step 5: The server unknowingly accept the client data, not bothering to do “server side input validation” and populate the page. Malicious hackers or our well-intention penetration testers do not really concern with the input restriction enforced through client side in terms of UI restriction and validation. I hope the very basic explanation on the testing approach will demystify the “hacking” process. It’s an insane world out there : DCheck the github page here for sample application code.
Assuming the user has created a Studio account using Bluebeam Revu or Vu, Revu Mac, or Revu i Pad or Vu i Pad, they should have received an account validation email from the same email account that’s used for sending studio invitations and notifications.
It can be a bit frustrating to get comfortable with Express mostly due to the lack of extensive documentation for it's API's, but once you get the hang of it, it's like finally mastering the Shoryuken.
For those of you too young to remember Street Fighter 2, I apologize for that reference.
Did you change this to a value relative to your AD domain?
The validation restricts access to automation credentials to trusted MID Servers only.
When you upgrade to Geneva and later releases, MID Servers that are already configured in your instance are automatically validated.
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Once that email has been located, they’ll need to click the validation link to verify their Studio account.