I am interested in the intersection of account enumeration and single sign-on. Often, there will be SSO-only and non-SSO users alongside each other in an application, and in terms of improved ...
I noticed that the new gmail login asks for username first, and then confirms if such username exists, before asking for password input. Does this not go against conventional security wisdom to not ...
You have a website that users log into, and you want to prevent user enumeration. On the login page and the forgotten password page, this can be achieved by careful choice of user messages, but what ...
When we create a Google account, Google tells us whether an account with specified username exists or not. Doesn't that lead to user enumeration? Why not let users fill other information first, ...
From what I understand it is bad security practice to display informative failed login messages like: The email you entered does not exist Instead of Incorrect email/password combination ...
Say I have a site that has a user registration process where, when a user enters an email address already in use, an error message is displayed telling them that. This seems like a easy way to a ...