Forms Data Controls :: To Limit The Number Of Login Attempts, Say Not More Than 5, In Case Of Wrong?
Dec 8, 2010
I'm creating a login page. I want to limit the number of login attempts, say not more than 5, in case of wrong.I want to do it without using the asp:loghin controls and the membership.How can restrict it??
I have login page, users enter their username and password ... I want when users enter their password wrong after 3 time they can't enter password until 24 hours after that they can try it again, How i can do it?
I apologize in advance for my poor english:1. I have a dropdownList within my datagrid and its already populated fine (22 rows in my datagrid)2. The select item for the 21 row is the same as the select item of the 22 row3. When trying to do selectedIndexChange for the 22 row, it didn't seem to work.The error:
Dim ddl As DropDownList = CType(sender, DropDownList) Dim dgi As DataGridItem = CType(ddl.Parent.Parent, DataGridItem) Dim rowID As Integer = dgi.ItemIndex
The rowID keep staying at 20 even though the selectedIndexChanged is happening in row 22( ie. rowID should be 21)
I am creating a new application..I created a login page successfully..Now I need to modify the login page ..Only 3 attempts only allowed for a user ..If the user wrongly enters the password more than 3 times(within 5 min) his account must be blocked..And error message must be shown as You cant access your page.
I have a weird thing happening. I have two identical databases installed on one virtual machine but under two different instances of SQLServer. For some reason, periodically when saving from one it will save to the other instead. Using debug, I have verified that the connection string is correct and when the item saves, it still saves to the wrong database.I use session variable, and am of the belief that it might have something to do with it...and t hat when I go from one to the other it is still getting the connection string form the other for some reason.To make sure that it isn't a problem, I make sure that I completely close out one database before opening the other in a new IE window.I assume that when I completely close out an internet explorer window that it abandons all session states. Is that true?
Language-Asp.net(c#) 2008 Sql Server 2005 well i designed a simple login form which checks the user and password with sql server but now i want to make it a little bit more secured basically i want if a user attempts wrong password with more then 3 /5 times. his id or username should be locked(which i will be running a update procedure) or he must be redirect to denied.htm and one more thing he should be able to get only n only 3/5 attempts whether he opens firefox browser,internet explorer ,safari,google chrome or any other browser
I've a Gmail account, assume that firstname.lastname@example.org. Now I want to login (as admin) in my website through this account. I know I can use OpenID etc. for that purpose but I want to limit it for just me only. Can I do this? I don't let anyone else to know which service I used to login and what is my address and etc. (Note: My website contains just one and only one login form, for just me, only!)
On my products page I have a small thumbnail and a description that is pulled from the database, since there is space restraints, how do I allow a max amount of characters, and if the description is longer append ... to the end? I'm using a data repeater and data binding for the content inside it.
I have developed an application in ASP.NET 3.5 which utilizes the Membership and Roles Providers and Forms Authentication to manage user access and profiles.
There are various area's of this application that are only to be used by an admin users whom login using their email and password and the rest of the users log in using their telephone number and password via their iPhone.
For simplicities sake, I would like to have two different login pages, one that is formatted for the iPhone and performs the correct validation for users adding a telephone number and the other for the application administrators.
I want to redirect the user to their respective login page based on which folder they are attempting to access. For example say I have an application structure like this
I have a dropdown list. This is a bound to a column in Table which has around 200 entires.Now when a user clicks on the drop down list I want him to see not more than 10 rows. The rest he should navigate by using scroll bars.
I have some tables in my project.. 'proof' is the final table where application registration is confirmed. i have to check whether the user register number is exists in proof table or not., then user should not be able to login by using their register no and email id....I t should display message as ' ur reference no and email id' is already submitted.