Deny access to blocked users

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  • Ralph

    To prevent blocked users from accessing profile information and impersonating others, implement enhanced blocking features and control visibility settings. Additionally, enforce strict measures against violators and educate users on privacy protection.

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  • Ashbeel Khan

    To deny access to blocked users in a system, you can implement a mechanism that checks if a user is blocked and restricts their access accordingly. First, maintain a list or a set of blocked user identifiers, such as usernames or user IDs. When a user attempts to access a resource, the system should check if their identifier is present in the blocked tubidy list. If the user is blocked, the system denies access and provides an appropriate message.

    In Python, a simple function can check if the username is in the blocked set and return a message accordingly. For example, a `blocked_users` set can store the blocked usernames, and an `access_resource` function can return either an "Access Denied" or "Access Granted" message based on whether the username is in the set.

    In a web application using Flask, you can create a route that checks the username from the request arguments against the `blocked_users` set and returns a JSON response with the appropriate status and message.

    In JavaScript, using Node.js with Express, a similar approach can be taken. A set of blocked users can be maintained, and a route can handle GET requests, checking if the username in the query parameters is in the blocked set and responding with the relevant JSON message.

    This method ensures that blocked users are denied access efficiently and effectively across different types of applications.

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