There is also an easy method to put CAPTCHA on a webpage.But now in this article we will just learn how to design a Sign-In webpage. Listing 1: Figure 1: Output of the Sign-in Webpage In Figure 1 you can see the output of the Listing 1.If there are no rows with the entered data, we just redirect the user to the login form again.
What is the best/most secure way to save this data? byte plaintext; // Generate additional entropy (will be used as the Initialization vector) byte entropy = new byte; using(RNGCrypto Service Provider rng = new RNGCrypto Service Provider()) byte ciphertext = Protected Data. Use Secure String or a byte instead and remember to dispose or zero them as soon as the password is no longer needed. I used md5 for hashing at first, but I was kind of sceptical about it. I see that it's just a bunch of random characters when I open my file, but is it safe enough to do this?
I have a simple way to use the Inline Style of CSS to get rid from this problem. Listing 2: Inline CSS Style So let’s we check the output of the webpage after writing the inline CSS style in the fieldset tag as you can see it in the Listing 2.