I wanted to know how to add the feature- that user should be redirected to an error page where the error will be display, upon entery wrong username/password when trying to login through an asp.net login control?
1. how to redirect the user to an error page upon entering wrong username/password (from a login control which is placed on master page)?
2. how to pass the error to the error page so it can be displayed there?
i was wondering if anyone could help me with a problem i have. im not sure how to go about this exactly i have a web site for a group of ramblers
i have a master/details page which shows walks planned for the future and they can click "details" for the full details
but what i want to incorporate into it is that when they are looking at the full details there is an option to add them to it as attending by entering a user name and password (saved in a table in the database) and if entered correctly their username will be added to it as attending.
I am struggling to login into my web portal on my new sony vaio laptop. I think that I need to do some settings, or download some plugin. Infact I don't know what to do, as I have spent many hours trying to login, but no success. Below is my office website:[URL]When I enter my credentials and click login, the web page gets refreshed, i.e username and password get erased, rather than taking me into my web-portal. The laptop is having windows 7 home premium, with ie8. I have also tried installing firefox, chrome, opera and safari, but same problem.
as sony has refused to take the laptop back and they are saying that there is problem with website. Similarly, website staff are saying that there is a problem with the laptop and not with the website.
I just begin creating a website for an organization. First page to be displayed in the login page. I dont have any knowledge in ASP.NET Security. On Login page, i want to display UserName field as disabled with the useralias of the user who currently logged into Windows. Password user has to provide and it should be that user's windows password.
How do i validate that password that user has entered is his windows password?
I was/am struggling with security for my first MVC applicaiton. It worked out great for me, but not for my users. I wanted to use Windows Authentication (and I seem to have that working). But when I was still trying to implement it, I was on one of our users computers where they were logged in. I navigated to the main Index page and used the supplied MVC login link and *MY* credentials. So now every time that user navigates to that page, it logs her in as me. We are using IE8, I have deleted all the cookies, passwords, forms information I can fine through Tools|Internet Options|Tool|Content|AutoComplete.
I want to validate Username and Password in a database. My database name is UsersLogin. The database table name is UsrLogin. The users are Mary with password: acd222 andJohn with password: dbd445 (field names : Usersand UserPassword)How can these 2 users login using their individual account details? And how can i lock them out after 3 wrong attempts
In login.aspx I have used login control to enter user name and password, the problem is: even my caps lock is off when I enter user name it prints in capital letters but size is small size (when I copy and paste in note pad or msword it paste in small letters not in capital letters), when I turn on my caps lock on and type - it prints in bigger size as if I am typing in capital letters.
ex: 1. temp is my user name if my caps lock is off it shows like this TEMP (but size in smaller than 2nd one)
2. if my caps lock is on is shows like this as if I am typing capital letters TEMP
Don't I need a file name/URL to direct the user to after he has successfully logged-on? How would I script that? Finally, I only have one Web.config file (associated with Register.aspx) and that looks like this:
I´m building a home page where logged in users shall buy products. To be able to get to the buy page the user already has to be logged in. But when he shall execute the buy he has to reenter his password again to check the user a second time. How do I check if his entered password matches his user password? I´m using the ASP Membership library and I have passwordFormat="Hashed".
I'm using the ChangePassword method of membership provider to change the password and one of the requirement before calling the changepassword is to retrieve the current password. But I'm getting error:padding is invalid and cannot be removedbelow is my web.config:
I have an ASP.Net 4.0 application that is using Forms Authentication and ActiveDirectoryMembershipProvider. It authenticates against Active Directory running on Windows Server 2008 R2.I use ChangePassword control for changing passwords.When the user changes the password he can log on for some time with the old password. My client feels this is a security problem with the application. Is there any way to make sure the old password does not work after the user changes it?Also, if I do iisreset on the web server, the old password stops working. The password must be cached somewhere in the web app.