On Dec 28, 2010, at 2:11 PM, Joshua Kehn wrote:
Dotan Cohen wrote:
I seem to have an issue with users who copy-paste their usernames
passwords coping and pasting leading and trailing space characters.
Users should not be copy-pasting passwords or usernames. Do not
compromise a system to cater to bad [stupid, ignorant, you pick]
users. If this is an issue then educate the users.
I'm sorry, but this is just bloody stupid. I keep my usernames and
randomly generated, very long passwords in a password keeper. If
you're not going to let me copy paste them into a web page, i'm just
not going to ever use your application. Copy/pasting is something that
happens on the *local* machine -- it never goes out to the net. By
forcing people to type in their user names and passwords you are going
to cause them to enter easily-remembered, and typically easily-
crackable combinations. What is the possible logic for disallowing
someone to paste in their usernames/passwords???
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