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An application that is accessed over a network such as the Internet or an intranet using a browser.

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Over TLS (https) connections, both POST and GET data is encrypted, so there's no difference in that regard. To avoid SQL injection (or other) issues, you must validate and sanitize all incoming user …
answered Jul 18 '18 by Joel L
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Please don't use a md5/sha/smth hash to store passwords, salted or otherwise. Generic hashes are designed to be fast — I can md5 a 9Gb file on my laptop in 20 seconds. You don't want your password has …
answered Apr 27 '14 by Joel L
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The easiest and clearest solution is simply using differently named cookies (in addition to setting secureflag=true on the secure site cookie), eg. abc and abc_secure. This also makes development and …
answered Dec 1 '12 by Joel L
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Your question seems to be: "I want to securely store user passwords, but in a reversible manner." This basically means that you want to implement DRM (on your server), which is basically impossible, e …
answered Jan 13 '14 by Joel L
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The cookies sent by User-Agents with each HTTP request only contain name-value pairs, and as such it's not possible to determine their origin from a single HTTP request to a server. The only way of d …
answered Jun 8 '13 by Joel L