|Is storing the answer to a secret question any more secure than storing a password?|
| by eskimospy in Development Tools & Services|
Reading what is currently the top answer to a recent question on
how/whether to send users their passwords, I was intrigued that the most
popular answer said the following...
storing passwords in such a
way that they are retrievable is insecure
using a reset feature with
the help of a secret question is a valid alternative
points seem contradictory.)
| by acheron in Web Design|
var s = '...............'; //
this is about 32000 characters long.
if you wonder: that bit of
Does anybody know if it is better
For instance in a dom object in
the html page and then retrieve it
(e.g. var s =
|Problem storing text to a String and then storing the array to a Vector|
| by massmedia in Programming Languages|
OK so for background I've only been using Java for a little more than a
week and I am making a basic GUI "Recipe Book" application just to test out
some of the techniques I've learned. Currently I'm working on the "Add New
Recipe" page that allows the user to make a new recipe by adding
ingredients one at a time. The ingredients have 3 attributes: Name,
amount, and unit (like cups, oz, etc) t
|iOS storing files rules - Storing audio files on iOS app|
| by XLNC in Operating Systems|
I need to be sure I am doing the right thing:
In my app the
user can download audio files from the server. I don't want those big file
to be backed up as he can re download them when ever he needs to.
My app is addressed for iOS 4.0 and above.
So as I
understand I need to store the files is the documents directory and set a
flag for the directory to not bac
|GWT and storing a session key|
| by IeraseU in Programming Languages|
My app logs into an external service & needs to store the sessionKey
(the sessionKey needs to be added to the HTTP header for future RPC
What alternatives do I have for storing the sessionKey
I've read about a scenario where the sessionKey is saved into a DIV
tag on the page.
|reading txt storing in different|
| by nishar7 in Programming Languages|
In button click i am accessing one text file
and reading content and storing in other destination.
both users clicking this button at a time deadlock(thread is being used by
other process) will occurs so how to handle this i want to read each user
one by one can any one suggest method to handle.
i am looking to
handle with waithandle events so
|Changing before storing|
| by Radeon962 in Web Design|
In WordPress, I want to change something in the post content before it
gets stored in the database... How would I make WordPress send the content
to my custom function before storing it in the database and then receive
the modified content back to finally store it?
|cassandra: Storing value?|
| by Derek in Programming Languages|
I wanted to make a tryout this weekend with Cassandra + PHP in my
testing environment. So after a few hours of headache trying to install it,
I finally succeeded and got it running.
However, I've tried out
the different PHP wrappers for cassandra, and I have totally failed to
connect with anyone. SimpleCassie which I want to use, gives the following
error when I run the following co
|How is everyone storing connectionstrings?|
| by bigben2wardpitt in Programming Languages|
I was wondering if people could post their solution to the ongoing
problem of local databases and different connectionstrings among many
developers in one project within source control?
specifically, I'm talking about the problem where a project that is in
source control and has many developers with a local database each. Each
developer has their own connection string (named i
|C# storing information|
| by DJ-phYre in Development Tools & Services|
I am working on a server program in C#, but I've
run into a problem. When a user connects, his account is authenticated,
etc. That's all fine.
But the problem is that the server will
have to execute alot of query's and functions with the connected user's
username, password, etc. as parameter. This wouldn't be a problem if I only
had 1 client, but multithreading