Re: Database UserID/Password Storage
Date: Tue, 13 May 2003 10:16:37 +0800
I would normally hash the passwords first before storing it somewhere.
Authentication can be done by comparing the password hashes instead
of the actual password values.
"Brad Wyatt" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> I'm writing a Pocket PC application that access a database
> through ADO.NET. I need to have the machine name,
> database name, user id, and password stored on the Pocket
> What is the simplest way to do this where the user cannot
> see the stored password on the machine.
> I was storing all 4 items in an XML Serializer, but I
> don't want anyone poking aroung and seeing the database
> Brad Wyatt
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