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Now, being the diligent IT person you are, I am sure that your passwords are all secure. However, in my work lately, I have come to work with a client who’s system requires the artifacts of a secure password, but in its implementation of this scheme, makes the password insecure. Kinda the wrong idea if you ask me. In this article, I am going to just briefly cover this scenario, and give my ideas on password security implementations. I would love to hear your feedback.


If you know me personally, then you probably know that I am going blind thanks to a rare genetic eye disease. My eye disease has already been a huge detriment to my eyesight. One of the big things to suffer is my ability to see small things moving fast right in front of me. On a multi-monitor setup, this makes finding the cursor absolute hell.


I’ll be honest, I had never really secured a site before with SSL. This was a learning experience for me in the first place, but little did I know that I would be learning more than the simple procedure.


If you are in the region of Baton Rouge, LA on August 4th and are looking for some great fun, be sure to stop by SQL Saturday #150. We had more than 400 people attend last years event, and this it will be even BIGGER!