I have a directory service that can speak a number of protocols and is used for user authentication. Currently user credentials are stored using Bcrypt to protect them in case of a compromised ...
RE: Duplicate - Did anyone actually read my question? The question marked as duplicate is in no way, shape, or form what I'm asking. I specifically state that a DB compromise must not allow an ...
I am building my login form action, and I want to make sure my logic is solid and as secure as possible. 1.) First I check if the provided e-mail address exists in database, if not, I show a generic ...
Goal: have token/cookie-based authentication that doesn't require keeping sessions on the server TL;DR: What, if any, is the accepted mechanism to work around the 72-character limitation of BCrypt? ...
We hesitated between BCrypt and PBKDF2 for password hashing. In many forums and blogs people say something like "In their Special Publication SP 800-132 NIST basically recommends using PBKDF2 for ...