java – Check password change Active Directory SPRING

I am trying to develop an application in which I check the password change in an AD system and if successful I send a success message in a JSP. I have never treated Spring MVC in an advanced stage of development. The question that arises is how can I control this run change from the controller. I have a form that validates a new password. I am sending it to reset. At the same moment this controller is running under a JSP and then it shows me a success or error message. I leave a sample code with pictures so you can see it.

Form in which the password is checked:

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As the next form, in which the passport change is checked in AD or other systems, I have to validate the system in the controller here:
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This is the last message. Displays an error or success message.
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How to enter a password for wget in jupyter notebook

I am exploring a custom software package written in Python. This package contains a function that retrieves files from a remote repository. When I use the function in an IPython shell (or an interpreter), the terminal asks for the password for the repository and I can successfully download the files by entering the correct password. However, if I use the function in a Jupyter notebook, the function is executed without a password and therefore fails. Instead, the message "Password for (user name):" is displayed on the terminal on which I started the Jupyter notebook. Entering the password here after a functional error naturally does not affect the Jupyter notebook

Can I provide a password for wget in a Jupyter notebook?

Simple and insecure Python Password Manager

Out of boredom, I decided to start my personal project and opted for a simple Text Password Manager.

Note: For everyone out there, I strongly recommend NOT using this for sensitive storage purposes as it doesn't offer encryption yet!. That will likely come in a later version.

About Safer

My project is called More secure and these are the tools I've used so far:

  • Python 3.8
  • SQLAlchemy
  • SQLite3

Current functions:

  • Retrieve all saved passwords.
  • Create a new password.
  • Retrieve a single password (based on its name).
  • Update a single password (based on its name).
  • Delete a single password (with its name).

Upcoming features (out of the purpose of this review, but it gives the reviewer some context):

  • Only carry out all of the above steps if a main password is specified (and it also matches the one from the database).
  • Create a master password if it doesn't exist.
  • Encrypt all passwords.

What I want to get out of this review:

  • Is there a better way to restructure this project?
  • Are the project files correctly named?
  • Is my code modular enough?
  • What about logic? Would you use a different approach than another when it comes to the functions in my code?
  • Have I followed the DRY principle enough? If not, what can I improve?
  • Did I use SqlAlchemy the way I should have?
  • UX user experience
  • Wherever there is room for improvement, please say ^ _ ^

At the moment my project looks like this:

├── backend
│   ├──  // nothing here
│   ├──      // run program from here (will probably be moved to root dir in the future)
│   ├──    // all the models used by SQLAlchemy
│   └──     // not really views, actions for my models.
├──        // store all the needed configs here
├── requirements.txt // self-explanatory
├── safer.db         // sqlite db file
└── setup.cfg        // various pep8, style, type-annotations config

The code:

"""Main entry to our app.

Contains all the needed calls.

from typing import Optional, Iterable
import sys
from getpass import getpass

from views import (



def get_name(prompt: str) -> str:
    """Keep asking for a valid name until one is given.

        prompt (str): Prompt message.

        string - name of the password
    while True:
        name = input(prompt)
        if not name:
                "Name cannot be empty. We suggest you insert a "
                "descriptive name for your password."

        return name

def get_password(prompt: str) -> str:
    """Keep asking for a valid password until one is given.

        prompt (str): Prompt message.

        string - password
    while True:
        password = getpass(prompt)
        if not password:
            print("Password cannot be empty.")

        if len(password) < 8:
            print("WARNING! This is a weak password.")

        return password

def get_option(prompt: str, options: Optional(Iterable(str)) = None) -> str:
    """Keep asking for a valid option until one is given.

        prompt (str): Prompt message.
        options (tuple): Options to choose from

        string - valid option
    while True:
        option = input(prompt)
        if not option:
            print("Please enter an option.")

        if option not in options:
            valid_options = ", ".join(options)
            print(f"Invalid option. Valid options: {valid_options}")

        return option

def main() -> None:
    """Main entry to our program."""

    has_master_password = get_option(
        "Do you have a master password? (Y/n): ",

    if has_master_password in ("Y", "y", "Yes", "yes"):
        master_password = getpass("Insert your master password: ")

        if not is_master_password_valid(master_password):
            raise ValueError("Please insert a valid master key.")

        what_next = get_option(
            """Choose your next action:

        1. View all passwords.
        2. Create new password.
        3. Show password by name.
        4. Update password by name.
        5. Delete password by name.

        9. Quit

        > """,

        if what_next == "1":

        if what_next == "2":
            name = get_name("New password name (unique!): ")
            value = get_password("New password: ")

            create_password(name, value)

        if what_next == "3":
            name = get_name("Password name: ")


        if what_next == "4":
            name = get_name("Password name: ")
            value = get_password("New password: ")

            update_password(name, value)

        if what_next == "5":
            name = get_name("Password name: ")


        if what_next == "9":

        master_password = getpass("Insert your new master password: ")


if __name__ == "__main__":

"""Views module.

Contains basic actions that can be done against
MasterPassword and Password models.

from typing import Any, Optional, Tuple, Union

from sqlalchemy import create_engine
from sqlalchemy.orm import sessionmaker
from tabulate import tabulate

from config import SQLITE_FILEPATH
from models import Base, MasterPassword, Password


Session = sessionmaker(bind=ENGINE)

class SaferSession:
    """Context manager for ease of session management."""

    def __init__(
        self, record: Optional(Union(MasterPassword, Password)) = None
    ) -> None:
        """Simple constructor.

            record (tuple): Optional argument used if provided.

        self.record = record

    def __enter__(self) -> sessionmaker():
        """Create a session object and return it.

            session object
        self.session = Session()
        return self.session

    def __exit__(self, *args: Tuple(None)) -> None:
        """Make sure the session object gets closed properly.

            args (tuple): Not really used. Can be None as well.

        if self.record:


def create_master_password(master_password: str) -> None:
    """Create a master password.

        master_password (str): Desired master password

    with SaferSession(record=MasterPassword(value=master_password)):
        print("Master password has been created!")

def create_password(name: str, value: str) -> None:
    """Create a password and a name for it.

        name (str): Name of the password.
        value (str): The password.

    with SaferSession(record=Password(name, value)):
        print(f"Successfully added {name} record.")

def is_master_password_valid(master_password: str) -> Optional(bool):
    """Check if provided master password is valid or not.

        master_password (str): The master password.

        True if the password matches or None otherwise
    with SaferSession() as session:
        password_obj = session.query(MasterPassword).one_or_none()
        return password_obj.value == master_password if password_obj else None

def get_password_by_name(name: str) -> Any:
    """Get a password by its name.

        name (str): Name of the password.

        password or None
    with SaferSession() as session:
            password = session.query(Password)
            password = password.filter_by(name=name).first().value
        except AttributeError:
            password = None
            print(f"{name} could not be found!")
        return password

def update_password(name: str, new_value: str) -> None:
    """Update a specific password.

        name (str): Name of the password that needs updating.
        new_value (str): New password.

    with SaferSession() as session:
            password = session.query(Password).filter_by(name=name).first()
            password.value = new_value
            print(f"Successfully updated {name} record.")
        except AttributeError:
            print(f"{name} could not be found!")

def delete_password(name: str) -> None:
    """Delete a specific password.

        name (str): NAme of the password that needs to be deleted.

    with SaferSession() as session:
            session.query(Password).filter( == name).delete()
            print(f"Successfully deleted {name} record.")
        except AttributeError:
            print(f"{name} could not be found!")

def list_all_passwords() -> None:
    """List all passwords.

    with SaferSession() as session:
        passwords = session.query(Password).all()

        if not passwords:
            print("No passwords stored yet!")

        table = (
            (, password_obj.value)
            for password_obj in passwords

        print(tabulate(table, ("Password Name", "Password"), tablefmt="grid"))

"""Models module.

Contains all the needed models.

from sqlalchemy import Column, DateTime, Integer, String, func
from sqlalchemy.ext.declarative import declarative_base

Base = declarative_base()

class Password(Base):
    """Password model."""

    __tablename__ = "passwords"

    id = Column(Integer, primary_key=True)
    name = Column(String(128), nullable=False, unique=True)
    value = Column(String, nullable=False)
    updated = Column(DateTime,

    def __init__(self, name: str, value: str) -> None:
        """Simple constructor

            name (str): Name of the password.
            value (str): Password.

        """ = name
        self.value = value

    def __repr__(self) -> str:
        """Representation of the Password object.

            Representation of the Password object as str
        return f""

class MasterPassword(Base):
    """Master Password model."""

    __tablename__ = "master_password"

    id = Column(Integer, primary_key=True)
    value = Column(String, nullable=False)
    updated_at = Column(DateTime,

    def __init__(self, value: str) -> None:
        """Simple constructor.

            value (str): Master password.

        self.value = value

    def __repr__(self) -> str:
        """Representation of the Master Password object.

            Representation of the Master Password object as str
        return f""

SQLITE_FILEPATH = 'sqlite:////path_to_project_root/safer.db'


linters = mccabe,pep8,pycodestyle,pyflakes,mypy,isort


convention = google

max-complexity = 2

convention = google


check_untyped_defs = true
disallow_any_generics = true
disallow_untyped_defs = true
ignore_missing_imports = true
no_implicit_optional = true
warn_redundant_casts = true
warn_return_any = true
warn_unused_ignores = true

You can also clone the project from here. Don't forget to change the path in the!

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I am trying to generate the tables.

"Cannot create file md5_loweralpha # 1-7_0_1000x1000_0.rt"

This is the command I used:

rtgen md5 loweralpha 1 7 0 1000 1000 0

Here is a screenshot:
Screenshot with the error message that appears when creating rainbow tables

I don't know what the problem is, I really need your help.
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It is a remote switch that works in a friend's laboratory. I only have 3 things about this switch public IP, username and password. My question is: am I using the correct ssh command? Do I have to do other configurations on my computer to ssh this switch?