Details on how data is being kept in memory/on disks, most frequently being applied to databases, media banks and backup-recovery solutions.

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Are there any secure ways to store the secret key used in a TOTP scheme?

I'm writing a little webapp that demonstrates 2 factor authentication. I'm using the TOTP protocol as described in RFC 6238. In our scheme, we are storing, in addition to a b-crypted password hash ...
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What are the implications of storing sensitive data in bookmarklets?

While discussing alternatives for asking the browser to remember your password, one guy suggested using a bookmarklet to store users' credentials. The original answer is in portuguese, but I'll ...
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Storing passwords and other data for coworkers

At the moment we are encrypting our server passwords and other important data internal via PGP. Every coworker has got his/her own private key/pass combination set up on their workstation. The problem ...
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encrypted cloud storage with partial local copy

Is there a cloud storage solution with the following features: partially copied locally. Not fully like dropbox so it can be larger than the local disk. Not fully in the cloud but just a local disk ...
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How to Protect the Password Stored in a Configuration File? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Standards for encrypting passwords in configuration files? I am not sure if this question has been asked before here, I wasn't able to find it. So, please feel free to ...
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How to store user credentials like Mint.com [duplicate]

If you have a website that need to store user's credentials for other sites, how do you store those credentials securely? An example is Mint.com where you give them your username/password for your ...