I used client side password hashing in my register and login project. Its purpose is to prevent passive adversaries/eavesdroppers from discovering users' plaintext passwords when HTTP requests are in ...
I know that general best-practice states not to trust anything generated by the client. With that in mind, I want to write an HTML5 app that utilises the browser to generate various objects ...
If you're trying to hide your IP address using VPN/proxies can a website using client side scripting record your real ip? If yes is there any alternative to blocking all scripts as that breaks ...
We are going to design and implement a UI for a big website. Owner of the site is really cautious about security issues. I wonder if there is a check list for security issues at the client-side ,while ...
For instance, lets look at a common login system for a website HTTPS connection is made User submits credentials via POST Server-side code hashes the password and looks if it matches the user name ...