The functions performed by the person or processes responsible for security of passwords on a given system.

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How do big companies and wealthy people secure their information? And how can I secure mine?

I've recently had some success and traffic increase with an online business I own and due to that someone has hacked my domain email and twitter accounts. My bank password is the same and I just ...
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Can I get past information of what I typed in my computer or laptop with my keyboard [closed]

Once I forget my ID's password. I recovered it and changed it about a month ago but I forget again. Is there any way to see the details stored in laptop what i typed in past to till now from my ...
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Idea feedback wanted - easy and secure web notes manager (javascript) [closed]

I have an idea for a web app that I'd like to discuss. I like it a lot but chances are that I missed some evident security hole. Or, maybe it just sucks. The idea is a web-based secure text notes ...
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What does one call the strategy of using “pre-password transforms” as passwords?

Suppose that instead of using, say, Google, let me in! as my Google password, I used some consistent transform of this string, say ZWE1NjMyNm? What search keywords would be helpful to search for ...
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Secure OS for Website managing [closed]

I'm starting a new website project where I have many passwords (root,sql,wordpress, etc). I have a USB stick encrypted with TrueCrypt with a file of all my passwords. But I also want to be safe if i ...
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What encryption hash function I should use for password securing? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How to securely hash passwords? What is the best encryption algorithm? MD5, SHA1, SHA2 or maybe something else? Can you explain me why?
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Double step verification system for homepage

I want to share some of my work with some double step verification system. PGP is not enough, since some of my clients cannot use it. First, you need a password to login but you also need the code ...
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LastPass is disappointing, how about Dashlane or others? [closed]

I am currently using LastPass, and I'm not happy about it and a bit disappointed. Here are a few issues that I found out, no multiple credit card support, multiple phone numbers support is confusing ...
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Looking for safe, simple way to store passwords with PHP 5.2.17 [duplicate]

I've found many posts on StackOverflow and other sites using Google, but since security is always changing, and what was safe a few months ago not me anymore... I felt the need to ask on here. ...
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How to effectively save database password inside desktop application?

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 ...
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Why don't we do dual password instead of forgot password?

You can see a link Forgot Password? nearby almost all login form. As I mentioned in question, Since passwords are completely protected from outside access unless owner reveal, I come up with this ...
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How to secure a login.php file? [closed]

I have a hand built website, and am triying to build a cms/admin-panel, and my username and password, are not stored in a database, but, in a two setup file like seen below. index.php <?php ...
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Is there any way to hack the password of my neighbour WPA-PSK and WEP connection [closed]

Is there any way to hack the password of my neighbour WPA-PSK and WEP connection of WI-FI without using a keylogger. I tried a lots of softwares and efforts but unsuccessful. Can any one suggest. I ...
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Is MS Windows more secure than Linux on this aspect?

The administrator account can be renamed which means the hacker needs to figure out two pieces of information : the user name and the password while there is always one root account in Linux named ...
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what if an operating system can change your password [closed]

Everyone want security for their pc/laptops... NO DOUBT... So we protect them by some password. 'Longer password, more security' this is the tag line. But what if our computer can change our ...
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Secure Web application Password vault/manager [duplicate]

I would like to build an open source online password vault which allows users to securely store their passwords, like Keepass or roboform, but where a user can access their passwords through a ...