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NIST’s New Password Guidance Challenges Some Common Practices

NIST’s New Password Guidance Challenges Some Common Practices

Passwords have proven themselves an inadequate method of authentication many times. It’s not necessarily that the concept is flawed: passwords can be secure if the system around them is implemented properly. But a combination of users’ inability to properly choose and manage passwords and developers’ failure to implement secure systems often leads to security breaches.Read More

What Exactly Is “void 0” – And What’s It For?

Hey there, folks! Today, we’re going to talk all about one very specific command in JavaScript: “void (0)”, also seen as “void 0”. It’s a quirky command; one whose purpose many aren’t entirely clear on. To confuse things even more, there’s also an error message: “javascript:void(0)” that is basically unrelated. We’ll talk about both to clear up the confusion. Let’s see if we can clear things up a bit. Shall we begin?

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