When I submit a form and the page refreshes the password and password confirmation values are being displayed in the address bar. Why is this? Can anyone explain this and give me an idea how to suppress this behavior? Please see attached screenshot. Thank you in advance! ![pass12.jpg](/attachments/large/0/f9784f8c4ab7d06aef077fb0ecdc4988.jpg "align-center")

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How are keys and passwords stored in a computer to make them secure? If encryption is used to secure keys and passwords - won't there need to be a key or password for it also? Will that one be encrypted as well? It seems to me that eventually there will have to be a key or password that is not secure to get the whole process going.

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Problem: [b]Windows Vista/ Windows 7 User Account password corrupt / Forgot password.[/b] IMPORTANT: “DO NOT PERFORM SYSTEM RESTORE FOR THE FOLLOWING ISSUE, BECAUSE IF THIS ISSUE CAUSED AFTER WINDOWS UPDATE THEN THIS ISSUE WILL REOCCUR” SNIP Solution: 1. Boot from the windows vista DVD 2. Get into Windows Recovery Console 3. Open command prompt 4. In command prompt you will find “X:\source>” 5. Change it c: drive using command c: and hit enter 6. Then type “cd windows\system32” without quotes and hit enter, you will get c:\windows\system32> 7. Rename the osk.exe and cmd.exe using following: Type command : [quote]“ren osk.exe …

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Hi all, Hopefully a quick one. I have some weblogic build scripts that configure a WebLogic Server environment. Previously DB connection credentials have been allowed to be stored in build property files. However new security regulations mean that this is no longer possible. I am trying to write a prompt as part of my database connection creation loop. Unfortunately I have tried getpass and it doesn't work; it errors on solaris and windows saying: "Warning (from warnings module): File "C:\Program Files\Python2.7\lib\getpass.py", line 92 return fallback_getpass(prompt, stream) GetPassWarning: Can not control echo on the terminal. Warning: Password input may be echoed. …

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Hi So story goes, Ive recently started hashing user passwords to protect access, but have come to a bit of a problem in that if a user forgets their password, Im unable to retrieve it for them, because all I have is the salted-md5 hash? How has everyone else overcome this problem? lowrks

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The End.