Project URL: CONFIDENTIAL
You wouldn’t believe how many people can’t make a simple login system and have to resort to using a bad and confusing external service.
HTML DB is a site where people can register a login DB for free and use it effortlessly in their code.
The devs can also see who has registered while also being cabable to ban people who abuse their site.
HTML DB is currently in bad need of an update, which means developers who help code and contribute to it.
DM me or @Jonyk56 if you’re interested in helping with HTML DB.
ANOTHER COMPETITION EH?
begins work on update for html-db
Wait you have a database system?
quite old, and doesn’t work properly now-adays, needs an update badly
Ok, cool. R u interested in Log DB
maybe, i could use some of my skills to help ya, u got discord?
When you say:
Does that mean the passwords aren’t hashed (and salted), as I would never ever ever use a login/signup system with a db while not hashing (and salting) the password. Anyone who could get into the db (e.g. with brute force) could see the passwords
You should not let devs see the passwords. That would be a horrifying idea for the visitors, and would be for the devs. Hackers can just swoop in and steal the passwords which would result in less visitors.
The data will be hashed and salted. Only the site creator can see the data and only the site creator can register (you have to append a certain piece of code to your home page) to be registered.
What’s the point of showing them the data if it is hashed and salted? They won’t be able to make anything out anyway. Just let them ban visitors and leave it be. Don’t need to give them actual access the DB
But if its hashed no one can see the password
Ok I agree and think it would be smarter for them to just see usernames and block users.
Why do I have to share this again, and again?!
I’m getting confused here, why does the title of this thread say “HTML DB”?
I don’t think developers can trust you with all the hashed passwords for their projects.
Even if they’re hashed, a data breach can have horrible results. If people signed up for the developer’s service using basic credentials - they could be decoded.
Yes, an oAuth system is safer to use, where you do not have to worry about passwords.
Indeed, I’m a big fan of his, he has a lot of videos about CS theory. And of course other stuff.
I love The Park Bench with him and Matt. He said once on there that he only learnt to code to get a well-payed job whilst he was working on his languages (not coding - like how people speak and stuff ) at university. He likes his speaking stuff much more than his coding. I find that really interesting