I’m trying to make a small password generator with a choice of characters. In general, it turned out, but I can’t connect special characters here, it just returns an empty string. What am I doing wrong?
We have a PHP class that reads the database on user credentials, rehash SHA1 => BCrypt as needed. Works great, however these days we are developing a WinForms app, and using Chilkat BCrypt assembly we are noticing weird effects to the rehashing procedure.
Hey guys: I have one question access mysql using command line. I have no problem to access mysql based on this commend line “mysql –host=localhost –user=root –password=”mypassword””; however, I have issue access mysql using the conventional way: “mysql root -p”. I’ve tried many times to change root password. But I still only can access mysql using this commend line “mysql –host=localhost –user=root –password=”mypassword””. Any comments are welcoming!
In some way I have managed to get this error when I try to access into MySQL via the command line:
I’m not sure how password hashing works (will be implementing it later), but need to create database schema now.
I am trying to change MySql root password.
I’m using Mysql and I was assuming it was better to separate out a users personal information and their login and password into two different tables and then just reference them between the two.
I’m using a
password_verify to check my hashed password. I have PHP 5.5:
It’s always bothered me that many PHP programs require the user to store the mysql password in plain text (in a string or constant) in a configuration file in the application’s root.
I have been following these instructions for resetting root password for local installation of
MySQL 5.6 on Windows 7 laptop.