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Quick Take: Authentication

You know how when you forget your password, you get sent a temporary password? Do you ever wonder why you don’t get sent your original password? 140 more words


Configuring Anonymous Authentication in IIS Server

Anonymous Authentication allows any user to view public content without logging in their credentials. If there is a need to allow users to view content based on supplying their credentials, one could apply a Basic or Digest Authentication. 68 more words


To Configure Windows Authentication for an IIS Server

Windows Authentication is a secure form of Authentication since the credentials are hashed before they are sent across the network. IIS is a web server which is Installed in the Windows Server Operating System. 83 more words


Digital images become perfect tool for biometric hacking

In 2014, a hacker made news when he was able to use electronic images of Germany’s Defense Minister to recreate a thumbprint and accurate retinal image that could be used to hack biometric authentication. 334 more words


Creating the companion app

This post is a continuation of my series of posts concerning the authentication of the AVS Java client.  See here for the prior post.

In our current configuration we need a so called “Companion App” to take care of the initial authentication with the LWA (Login with Amazon) service.   834 more words

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