Blocking Brute Force in PHP Website

Brute Force is a time consuming cracking process to log in to a user’s account of a web site. It’s not common and requires very high resources including the most important factor : TIME. What’s Brute Force Suppose, your email website have an account of username “abel”. His big enemy who is a nerd, wants to send rubbish stuff to Abel’s friends to make his friends angry. Your site is heavily protected except for Brute Force and the enemy is willing to give as much time to log in to Abel’s account.

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Animated AJAX Login Form With jQuery

The Web is growing rapidly. Each day, new features are arriving. With the coming of AJAX, many websites became more easy to handle. With jQuery, websites became more attractive with animations and styles. In this tutorial, we are going to create a stylish animated Login Form with jQuery, CSS & AJAX. With this, the login time for the user is greatly reduced as the page shouldn’t be loader all over again.

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PHP Secure, Advanced Login System

We all get new ideas every day. With the idea, we build more and more sites. Mostly, the sites would have a login system, right ? So, when we create new projects (sites) every time, we will have to create login systems for each one. I do the same thing and I’m tired of creating the same thing over and over again. So, I decided to create a login system that can be integrated to any PHP powered sites.

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How to access a remote computer using SSH in Ubuntu Linux

SSH is the easiest way to access a remote computer not in graphical interface but in character interface. To access a remote computer you should need the computer’s ip address & a username of the computer. Now connect using the credentials you now have. For Example: ssh simsu@192.168.10.1 Type the password of the user and hit enter. You now entered the user’s system. You can logout, shut down the computer if you ssh root user.

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