Subject Re: [firebird-support] Number of concurrent user connections
Author Alain Bastien
Just try to create an existing user (either in Windows or LINUX)  again, the system will automatically reject it
because it is a UNIQUE field. managed by the System ? Kernel ? Application ?

Where are the stored password your Browser keeps each time it ask you whether you want it to keep it or not.

In A TABLE and it can be viewed in >> Settings > preferences > Security >> Saved LOGINS  and A BUTTON TO View Password.

There you will see a Structured Table AND COLUMN : SITE, USERNAME, LASTLOGIN, LAST CHANGED AND optionally not displayed PASSWORD  but can be viewed upon request.

Now where these are stored ? This is a SECRET

Because an application can be build to copy that table send it by e-mail and read it.

that application is called a VIRUS

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Alain Bastien
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On Fri, Oct 28, 2016 at 1:33 PM, Dimitry Sibiryakov sd@... [firebird-support] <> wrote:
28.10.2016 11:29, Alain Bastien alainbastien@... [firebird-support] wrote:
> First there was the command line
> Then there was the application

   Command line interpreter is an application too.

> Where ever there is a Login and a Password to connect, there is a Table, with fields, columns and data type and it a group of table is the starting point of a DATABASE.

   Tell me: where are tables, columns and data types behind login and password for Linux
console or Windows remote desktop?

   WBR, SD.

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