I need to password protect my app , so when user starts the app the password activity comes up first and they can only access the app if correct password(password which is initially provided by user).And also further how can user enable or disable the password access of app any time he wants , i.e if password protection is enabled the app must ask for password everytime it is started and if passwo
I'm remastering a browser/ubuntu based live distro. I'm now focusing on way to help users protect their online passwords. I'm using Firefox as the browser, but there are vulnerabilities with the Firefox's password manager. The main vulnerability is that once the master password is given, any service has uninhibited access to all the users encrypted passwords.
I'm trying to password protect an entire port on my website--https://domain.com:8081 and http://domain.com:8081
I have tried editing /etc/nginx/sites-enabled/domain.com.vhost by adding the following within the server block to no avail (which I got from this link, except that link is in regards to password protecting directories rather than ports):
So i wanted to know how can i password protect a file (or a link to the file on dropbox or Google Drive )on my website so that each person who tries to download/open the file has to enter a one time password given to him.The password will be given by me to the user on request and verification of the user.
For instance i need to distribute the file to only my classmates and not others.
After upgrading to 12.10, backup no longer is working for me... It just does not accept password, thus no backups for me! I have tried resetting the password online, and can login there fine, just not from backup app in Ubuntu... Ideas??
Many times I have gone to a site to logon and the sequence has been enter logon, enter password.
Many times, for some reason, the logon id entry is bakacked (that is, skipped) and the password is shown in the clear in the logon field.
After giving it some thought, I thought, what would happen if we asked for password first, and then the logon id?
I'm trying to password protect my Grub 2 boot entries. This is how I've modified the menuentry lines in 10_linux according to the directions I've read on the web. I've created users and passwords in 40_custom, and I've run update-grub. The "superuser" I set in 40_custom is recognized and I get asked for a password if, for example, I press 'c' to access the grub prompt.