just to know, is it possible to send password through an Ajax request safely?  I've a login box that calls an ajax request to try the login/pass and retrieve a JSON Object with errors (if any).  Should I use a form redirection instead?  [EDIT] St...
I have a usual login form consisting of two input fields, one for login, one for password. I am currently trying to add a control that will show entered password as plain text, so user can check it for typos.  The problem is that browsers (at least F...
I have the following JS code that checks a password strength and also creates a random password as well. What I want to do is edit the code so that instead of putting the generated password inside the password field it will put it inside a span tag w...
I have been working on a project that requires me to implement a Show/Hide button on a form password field, that toggles between showing the password as plaintext, and hiding it behind asterisks.  What I came up with so far:    function pass(){ docum...
I need to regex match a password field using javascript with the following requirements:   At least 15 characters two or more lower case letters two or more upper case letters two or more digits two or more of the following special characters: [email protected]#$%^...
I'm working on a web app for my Masters project. It's a system for professors to manage student projects, and it uses Java for the server-side code, HSQLDB for the database, and JSPs for the presentation layer, and it runs on tomcat. The data...
I've found similar questions on the net, but not a viable solution to them.   My question, as the title suggests, is how could I leverage jQuery or Javascript to create a password prompt when, for example, a button is clicked.  So the following,...
I am using this code on the input element:  onmouseout=" $('#passwordhelp').text(''); $('#rpassword').attr('type', 'password')"...
I have a UIWebView set up containing my universitys intranet page, my code will pass in my username fine (as it is a number)   NSString *studentNumber = @"639909"; NSString *javaScriptNumber = @"document.getElementById('username')...
How would one need to modify one of these examples, to have at least a capital and a nubmer inside the password?  jQuery password generator  http://javascript.internet.com/passwords/password-generator.html  http://www.blazonry.com/javascript/password...

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