how safely one should deal with passwords in real time..
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Posted By:   gurpreet_ahluwalia
Posted On:   Tuesday, June 11, 2002 05:07 AM

hi developers.... i have this question..... i am dealing with password authentication in javamail... once the user succesfully login in mailbox.. i store the password in a HTTP Session which is checked in everypage. like............ if(session==null) { then i redirect the user to login page } else { // read the content of the page } now is this way is safe enough when one is dealing with passwords.... if not then someone plz give the practical way to work aroung this matter.....    More>>

hi developers....



i have this question.....



i am dealing with password authentication in javamail...



once the user succesfully login in mailbox.. i store the

password in a HTTP Session which is checked in everypage.



like............



if(session==null)


{


then i redirect the user to login page


}


else


{


// read the content of the page


}




now is this way is safe enough when one is dealing with

passwords....




if not then someone plz give the practical way to work

aroung this matter.....



and plz the implementation which u give shall be in rea

use...



i prefer some experienced answers here



thanx......

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Re: how safely one should deal with passwords in real time..

Posted By:   Anonymous  
Posted On:   Tuesday, June 11, 2002 05:29 AM

It's safe enough. Remember that information contained in the session always stays on the server and can't be acessed directly by clients...
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