@Varun-Ganesh-D After updating what? Do not know jack about SES but seems whacked to me that updating only NodeBB would result in such. Perchance might some other, more system wide updates also been in the lurking? 🤔
Presuming you have cli access, what returns when thou drivest the following:
[root@forums ~]# which sendmail
Should be similar to above, and, of course, be in your $PATH.
I am a relatively new web developer, and wanted to know whether this was a good enough approach to my problem.
I have nodebb forums running on a subdomain, and want some of the details of the logged in user to be available to my main domain. I do not want a full fledged sso system or something like that, as I want minimum hassle. I was thinking of the following method, and wanted whether this is feasible from a technical and security point of view.
I was thinking of setting '.example.com' for my express cookie session so it is available on my main domain. From there, I can use this cookie to make a cURL request to a custom api endpoint on my forums, which basically returns the users details if the cookie can be authenticated.
I hope someone can help me, as I am unsure from a security point of view whether it is feasible.