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    Question JavaScript Kit Encrypted Password Generator

    I'm working with frames, and I include, target="<framename>" , so when someone enters there password, it should open in it's own page. Does someone know how to fix this.
    I'm using JavaScript Kit Encrypted Password Generator.

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    you need to change <framename> to the actual name of your frame ie what you called your frame

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    No disrespect intended to the encrypted password generator's author (or dynamic drive, since I love it), but I can crack that code by brute force (although it may take awhile, but I could just leave another computer to that task while I surf the net!)... so I'm sure that some of the gurus here (and elsewhere) can do it easier than I.

    I wouldn't use any form of password protection that has source code available which can be reverse-engineered.

    Just my 2¢.
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