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Password mechanisms should allow virtually any character the user can type to be part of their password, including the space character.Passwords should, obviously, be case sensitive in order to increase their complexity.Additionally, an attacker may get temporary physical access to a user's browser or steal their session ID to take over the user's session.Some applications should use a second factor to check whether a user may perform sensitive operations.Session Management is a process by which a server maintains the state of an entity interacting with it.This is required for a server to remember how to react to subsequent requests throughout a transaction.A "strong" password policy makes it difficult or even improbable for one to guess the password through either manual or automated means.The following characteristics define a strong password: Longer passwords provide a greater combination of characters and consequently make it more difficult for an attacker to guess.
To do this, the server must provide the user with a certificate generated specifically for him, assigning values to the subject so that these can be used to determine what user the certificate should validate.
For more information see the Transaction Authorization Cheat Sheet.
TLS Client Authentication, also known as two-way TLS authentication, consists of both, browser and server, sending their respective TLS certificates during the TLS handshake process.
It is critical for a application to store a password using the right cryptographic technique.
Please see Password Storage Cheat Sheet for details on this feature.