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comment Why do password strength requirements exist?
possible duplicate of What best practices should be employed in a PHP login script?
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comment Where do I find more information about a given hacking attempt requests to my website?
@Ramhound: I discovered after writing this question that wpad.dat is related to Web Proxy Autodiscovery. Effectively, according to logs, wpad.dat requests were always done from the local network machines.
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accepted Where do I find more information about a given hacking attempt requests to my website?
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accepted Does prepending a salt to the password instead of inserting it in the middle decrease security?
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comment Does prepending a salt to the password instead of inserting it in the middle decrease security?
+1. I think this is a good candidate for a canonical answer. As for "you probalby either find a way to extract the password hashing algorithm of the website", well, most attacks are based on SQL Injection, which doesn't give access to the hashing algorithm details.
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asked Does prepending a salt to the password instead of inserting it in the middle decrease security?