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Casual cryptography for web developers

in PHP added by goodphptutorials, on 27/2/2008 cryptography intermediate password

Cryptography is for most web developers like a vast and endless ocean of intimidating un-absorb-able information. Which is sad, since cryptography is so useful and in many situations absolutely necessary. I will not even try to explain why, since I consider developers that don't care about the security, and integrity of their end users a lost case.

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How to Generate a Random Password for Users

in PHP added by Walkere, on 10/2/2008 beginner tutorials password php5 security users

This tutorial shows you how to create a random, 8-character password to use in your user-management system.

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How to Use PHP's Crypt() Function to Encrypt and Check a Password

in PHP added by Walkere, on 28/1/2008 beginner tutorials encryption passwords php5 security

This tutorial will walk you through using PHP's crypt() function to effectively encrypt a password for storage in a database and later check that password against a user's input.

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Protecting a Page with Sessions

in PHP added by Dale, on 26/7/2007 cookies and sessions login logout password secure sessions

In this tutorial you will learn how to login using a passcode to view stuff on pages that you have hidden, then also logout. It is all secured by Sessions.

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Generating random passwords

in PHP added by jon1, on 6/2/2007 beginner tutorials generate password random

A good beginners tutorial for generating random passwords that can be sent to forgetful members or used for image verification

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PHP password generation

in PHP added by goodphptutorials, on 23/12/2006 beginner tutorials memorizable password readable

This article provides a function for generating English-like readable passwords. They are easier to remember than regular random-generated passwords.

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