Password Management System that employs the use of Emoticons (emoji) Characters
Thuku, Duane Kuriah
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Through password managers, users can securely store their valuable information and sensitive information, from online banking passwords and login credentials to even passport and national identity numbers. But many password managers use centralized systems for data storage and security to protect users' data which can be hacked or breached by hackers in various ways without them even knowing about it. For example, in a scenario where an employee is terminated from employment and he/she had access to the system's codebase and was feeling vengeful about his/her termination, the employee could easily gain access to the company's serves and redirect user’s data and information to their private server to sell or conduct illegal activities with the data. This problem hence invoked the need for a system where a user would be the sole controlling entity over their data and where no man or system could never again breach or extract their information without their authorization. The Object-Oriented approach for design and analysis was used in the development of this solution with the application of use cases, data scheme diagrams, and entity-relationship models. In the development there was the use of programming language C# for both the front-end and back-end of this project. This system was mainly aimed at improving older methods to help the average internet user acquire the best possible data and internet security they deserve.