Regarding this: Are passwords in memory? So does someone have a good idea on how to securely store my passwords? The: "passwords.txt" -> ctrl+c; ctrl+v a passw is not very secure. I have passwords ...
Most browsers allow users to view the source of a web-page quite easily and modern even provided detailed analysis. Often this code includes critical client side scripts in the form of JS/jQuery, ...
I am looking for an authoritative source to back up my position in a disagreement over password policy. I am having a disagreement with a client about the user identification/authentication process ...
What features are important to you in client-side AV and Firewall products? Who benefits from these features? Managment, the end user, helpdesk. Are there features that are being 'sold' by the ...
We have a web service logging/recording user data sent over https by our client application. Is there a way to securely ensure that the data is getting sent by the client application and not by a fake ...
I'm relying on Firefox to remember my passwords, using a Master Password of more than 25 characters. How secure is this set-up?
If I am obliged to store a password/certificate on a client side, how can i make sure that it is protected?
In certain cases we need to establish a key/password/certificate as a first timer and then as a client we need to use this key/password/certificate to get authenticated. Therefore the ...