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Using GET to submit username/password? [duplicate]

From what I understand using GET to submit usernames/passwords is a security issue because the username/password are part of the URL which can show up in browser history. Is this still an issue if ...
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Designing single-sign-on with JSONP/CORS?

I like the way that OAuth/OpenID can authenticate/identify a user from another domain, but only if the other domain allows it (presumably on the user's instructions). I would like to do something ...
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Drawbacks of storing an authentication token on the client side?

I am working on an ASP.NET MVC web application, which fetches its data from an API in the back. So authentication is currently done via ASP.NET Forms Authentication, which means the client sends email ...
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When logging into a web page what exactly happens when a user types the wrong password?

I have two related questions as to what happens when a user tries to log in to a website If the entered password is wrong what should happen? I have two ideas: Redirect to a page saying "wrong ...
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Picking an encryption algorithm for auth tokens passed via AJAX

I'm looking for a low CPU intensive encryption algorithm, to pass around session authentication tokens. As an example: The user will login in to the website (via OAuth, whether by the site as ...