Tag: bcrypt

Hashing Password Data in Couchbase with Golang and BCrypt – Video

I recently wrote about hashing password data using Golang before storing them into Couchbase. This is very useful because user data is incredibly sensitive. To further build upon what I wrote about, I thought it would be great to show...

Developing a User Profile Store with Golang and a NoSQL Database

Remember the tutorial series I wrote in regards to creating a user profile store with Node.js and NoSQL? That tutorial covered a lot of ground, from creating a RESTful API with Node.js, handling user sessions, data modeling, and of course...

Securely Storing Password Data in Couchbase with Golang and BCrypt

When writing web applications that store passwords for your users, it is never a good idea to store them as plain text in your database, whether that be NoSQL or RDBMS. Last year I wrote about using BCrypt with Node.js...

Storing Password Data Safely with Node.js and Bcrypt

When developing a web application there is often a need to store password data in your database.  For example, what if you have users and you don't want to use OpenID or similar for account management? When storing password data,...

Storing Password Data Safely with Java and Spring Security BCrypt

Protecting data is a common concern amongst users as well as developers.  No one wants to find out that they've been hacked and that their password data was exposed.  In the unlikely or unfortunate event that this happens, you want...

Hashing Passwords Stored in Couchbase Server with Node.js

Why You Should Hash All passwords should be hashed before entering a database because you have to consider the scenario where some malicious user attempts to gain entry into your data. Passwords are sensitive pieces of information that you don't...