I wanted colored batch files and I managed to achieve this with someones solution which I modified and made my own, it is now quite different to his but I cannot find who it was to give them credit, anyway, here is the code! @echo off SETLOCAL EnableDelayedExpansion for /F “tokens=1,2 delims=#” %%a in (‘”prompt #$H#$E# & echo on & for %%b in (1) do rem”‘) do ( set “DEL=%%a” ) title Startup Assist – Handler call :ColorText 08 “[” call :ColorText 08 “Service” call :ColorText 08 “]” call :ColorText 08 ” Startup Assist – HANDLER – RUNNING “… Continue reading Coloring Batch Files! – within one file!
What is hashing? Hashing a password means that users cannot have their passwords compromised when a database engineer is reading cleartext in user databases (to a degree, the passwords could be decoded, but hashing them makes them illegible to someone who is not doing anything extensive). And also prevents hackers from reading passwords in plain text and can be compromised by collision attacks. Additionally when hashing a password a salt may be added to the password, this prevents a database from being attacked by dictionary attacks. Why Hash Passwords? Storing User credentials in Plain Text is generally as bad practice as it allows… Continue reading Using Hashlib to Securely store user passwords and credentials.