generate forget password link in dotnet core web api and flutter

i have been asked to write an api in dotnet core for resetting password.
i studied and researched and found many methods of doing that in both mvc and core which is simple and easy because both front end and back end are in mvc or core.
but what if my front end is in flutter and backend is in dotnet core api
here’s a code for doing it in angular and dotnet core
can i follow the same for flutter too?
my main concern is to get host uri after which i am going to append password reset link by using usermanager.generatepasswordresettoken() function
now how i can get uri of my front end flutter app?
should i use

 var request = context.HttpContext.Request;
resetlink=$"{request.Scheme}://{request .Host}{request .PathBase}";

in above mentioned link author is passing client uri from client side and using it in dotnet core web api to generate password reset link
and in this video author is setting AppUrl in appsettings.json and using this to generate password reset link.

i am really confused which is the proper and more professional method in above mentioned methods to generate password reset link or which is the mostly used method so that if someone new comes in development team in future its easy for her/him to understand and get around

How to encrypt an existing BIP-39 mnemonic with a password without changing the seed?

I know that you can create a Mnemonic + PW to encode a seed to derive keys. What I want is to encrypt an existing mnemonic with a password that generates the same seed as the unencrypted mnemonic.

Background is, that I have an existing seed sentence that I want to encrypt into an new mnemonic without changing the underlying entorpy.So I can replace my existing paper copy with an encrypted one.

Is this possible already? Or any reasons why it does not make sense at all?

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How can I successfully SSH into my Ubuntu 20.04 server after password stopped work?

I have a Raspberry Pi that is running Ubuntu and it has been working fine until I tried updating the WiFi network name and password (sudoedit /etc/netplan/50-cloud-init.yaml). After doing so, I was no longer able to SSH into the server, but my scheduled scripts are still running, so the server seems to be operating normally, all considered. It’s like my username/password combination just stopped working.

Does anyone know how I might be able to reset the ubuntu password or if there is another way of logging in? I should mention that this is a “headless” setup and that I have installed xrdp which allows me to ‘rdp’ into the server; it still works but the user/password combination does not.

Please let me know if there is anything else I can provide for you so that I can be successful in finding a solution.

What is an SLT1000 password encryption?

The sample password-encryption below.


Could anyone identify what type of encryption is this?

Can't change password from recovery mode?

Hello, I installed ubuntu server on a kimsufi server.
To access the server I used the default password OVH sent me when I installed ubuntu… | Read the rest of

networking – Connecting to password protected samba on Dolphin errors, `Connection to host is broken.`

I am trying to connect to a samba. Apparently I was given a username and password, and that according to tutorials, that if I merely place this in, I should be prompted with a username and password prompt. None comes up, and only this appears:
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If I try to put the username and password in manually, the same error applies.

How can I connect to this samba share with Dolphin? What is the error telling me?

authentication – if i change my bank password will venmo lose access to the bank?

After I learned that Venmo uses Plaid and monitors all transactions, I wanted to remove all access to the bank, but Venmo decided to put account on lock preventing me from doing that, and to remove the lock I’m being asked to send them more information. However, If I recall correctly plaid uses plain credentials, so If I were to change my bank password would that end Venmo bank account link?

PostgreSQL keeps asking for user password with “trust” authentication enabled

I created a user john with createuser and didn’t supply any passwords for it, i.e. no -P option specified. I then proceeded to add the following line above all other lines in the pg_hba.conf file:

host    all             john              trust

I then restarted the server but even after that, when I try to run psql -U john it keeps asking for a password. I even ran the command psql -c "alter role john with password null;" but it changed nothing. PostgreSQL keeps asking for a password for john. What am I missing?

Running PostgreSQL 13.2 on Windows 10.

linux – crypttab ignoring keyfile, asks password to mount on boot – debian 10

I have a encrypted harddrive and i want to unlock on boot. I have a keyfile in /etc/cryptsetup-keys.d/crypthdd, which is a plain text i use to unlock the disk using cryptsetup.

So this is my /etc/crypttab file:

sdb3_crypt UUID=the-uuid-of-the-system-root-disk none luks,discard
crypthdd UUID=the-uuid-of-the-harddrive /etc/cryptsetup-keys.d/crypthdd-key

And this is my fstab:

# <file system> <mount point>   <type>  <options>       <dump>  <pass>
/dev/mapper/debian--vg-root /               ext4    errors=remount-ro 0       1
UUID=uuid-of-boot /boot           ext2    defaults        0       2
UUID=uuid-of-boot-efi  /boot/efi       vfat    umask=0077      0       1
/dev/mapper/debian--vg-swap_1 none            swap    sw              0       0
/dev/mapper/crypthdd    /mnt/HDD    ext4    rw,nodev    0   0

I don’t think there’s a problem with fstab, because when i’m able to use the system, the harddrive is finely mounted.

With this setup, when i boot up my computer it asks for passphrase for the /dev/sda1. I want to unlock & mount at boot time the harddrive.