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Sep
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awarded  Scholar
Sep
26
accepted ASP.NET SqlDataSource injection risk
Sep
25
awarded  Student
Sep
25
asked ASP.NET SqlDataSource injection risk
Sep
16
comment Is it safe to store passwords on Google drive?
thank you for the reply. I was just curious.
Aug
13
revised Is it safe to store passwords on Google drive?
fixed grammatical issues in Sentences
Aug
13
awarded  Editor
Aug
13
revised Is it safe to store passwords on Google drive?
some sentence structure and formatting
Aug
13
comment Is it safe to store passwords on Google drive?
do you encrypt your database or are all your passwords encrypted inside the database?
Aug
13
suggested approved edit on Is it safe to store passwords on Google drive?
Aug
13
suggested approved edit on Is it safe to store passwords on Google drive?
Jul
31
comment Fingerprinting the webpage content
a QR code doesn't need to be huge, you wouldn't even need to cache it on the users computer even, you could also post something like random version numbers so that they are specific to a user, the user wouldn't know it until someone leaked that information, because the version number would always be the same to the user. it might be a short term thing though
Oct
29
awarded  Autobiographer
Sep
11
comment Using only private non-government resources, how can something be sent such that the NSA will see it?
I think that if you rephrase this question a little bit you could get it reopened. something like, "I want to know so that I can stay off the NSA's Radar" you would probably get better answers as well.
Sep
11
answered Is it possible to inject values in a drop down list?
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awarded  Informed
Jan
30
awarded  Teacher
Jan
30
comment Generating random passwords by clicking randomly on the keyboard?
besides that test was done using only 9 different characters. not 94 characters (rough Estimate if all special characters on a common qwerty keyboard are accepted in the password) based on the OP's question of adding in special characters and upper/lower case alpha, the 'distance' they speak of would change. the possibility that someone could randomly create a seemingly infinite non-repeating decimal (or start of) is possible.
Jan
30
comment Generating random passwords by clicking randomly on the keyboard?
Random sort of equates to secure. if the password cracker is set for common words it will waste it's time trying to find words first, if it is set in the opposite and the password has words in it, it is not at a loss because words are "randomly" placed leters, spaces, punctuation. if the cracker program is only looking for english words and you have a spanish word there, than the cracker will not test that sequence. if you create a phrase it would be easier for a human to crack through social engineering or other methods.
Jan
30
answered Generating random passwords by clicking randomly on the keyboard?