Suppose we are in the field of desktop applications which need to store their data in a database. How do I store the password for this database avoiding the most obvious mistakes, which are: 1) hard ...
I have read the following question: Storing password in Java application but I don't find the answers useful for my case. So here is my question somehow related to that. I have a Java Web application ...
I have a cronned perl script that connects to our database and does various kinds of lookups and integrity checks. The original script was written by someone long ago. My job is to make some changes ...
I'm hashing the passwors of my users with PDKDF2 right now. A user can gain access to his account with his password. When the user is logged in he can edit his personal information and do other stuff ...
The culprit in this case is a particular (and particularly large) bank. I know one that does not allow special characters (of any sort) in their passwords. Is their any valid reason for doing this? ...
Possible Duplicate: Which password hashing method should I use? I want the best cryptography algorithm for storing passwords in database, which one should I use and how can I implement ...
I am writing an open-source Java application for Google App Engine (GAE). The application will let users create content that is intended to be private. I want to provide reasonable assurances that ...