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Java Data Type Q&A » character » password 

1. Is it worth to MD5 each letter of a password?    stackoverflow.com

Greetings, I'm currently working on a project which involves a login system which is aiming to be as secure as possible for the set-up. What I'm asking is, would it be worth it ...

2. char[] or StringBuilder for passwords?    stackoverflow.com

So, because Strings are immutable, we use char[] instead of String to store passwords so that we can erase the characters when we're done with it. Is StringBuilder (or StringBuffer) as ...

3. password with hidden characters and 3 attempts    bytes.com

Sorry. We do not provide code here, But we will help you if you are stuck at any point while coding. Please write code on your own. Regards Dheeraj Joshi

4. How to mask password characters    java-forums.org

6. Which are the accepted characters used in username and password?    forums.oracle.com

As far as your replies are concerned i understand that it's not good to limit the amount of characters username and password must have. But if sm chooses 'aa' for username? or 'pp' for password? Shall i inform him that he has to type at least 6 characters? or no? Also as far as desirable characters are concerned for the fields ...

7. Junk Character appearing in login prompt & password mask    forums.oracle.com

Hi community , i developed java application which will listen some port say 23 so upon login the application send login prompt so if we telnet this application from any solaris server and even provide right password it is adding junk character so my question is that how to remove these junk character if solaris is sending. same application is working ...

8. Password character help    forums.oracle.com

Hi Hi i have a program there you log in to your account. You type in the password and username information in command promt. Is it possible to make the letters you type in become start like this * ? Like if i type: b It directly change to a : * So you should not see the password. Anyone know ...

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