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Jun
19
accepted Login page & user parameters page: “password” field VS. “passphrase” field
Jun
19
comment Login page & user parameters page: “password” field VS. “passphrase” field
Good idea! Could you put this as an answer so I can accept it?
Jun
18
awarded  Editor
Jun
18
comment Login page & user parameters page: “password” field VS. “passphrase” field
Thanks for your great answer! But it not answer my more specific question. I edited the question to be clearer.
Jun
18
comment Login page & user parameters page: “password” field VS. “passphrase” field
Thanks, but not using passphrases is not an option for us :). I edited the question to be clearer.
Jun
18
revised Login page & user parameters page: “password” field VS. “passphrase” field
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Jun
18
comment Login page & user parameters page: “password” field VS. “passphrase” field
Requirements are minimum 10 characters and at least 3 of the following rules: 1) at least one lowercase char 2) at least one upercase char 3) at least one number 4) at least one symbol (space is concidered as symbol) (It's OWASP recommandations)
Jun
18
asked Login page & user parameters page: “password” field VS. “passphrase” field
Jan
20
awarded  Scholar
Jan
20
accepted Numeric data input in a web based scientific software
Jan
18
comment Numeric data input in a web based scientific software
Thanks for this great answer ! One last question, what to do in case of very small, very high values, and basic figures at the same time (like 2.4513e-10; 5.1e10; and 100), and the context is global comparison (what is huge and what is negligeable) ? Should put everything in scientific notation ? Or, as we have units in the software, put every figures in an easily readable format ( e.g. 123.456 ) and change the unit (plus having a color code for units to directly see what is big) ? Thanks again !
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awarded  Supporter
Jan
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awarded  Student
Jan
17
asked Numeric data input in a web based scientific software