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Custom Login Validation

One of the many behaviors that I was asked recently to create was to allowing hide/show of the password and warn users that the locked character key is active. Since this solution could get complex and I just wanted to create a quick/simple demo and because of that I'm going to pick jquery. I could late come back and do it in another library but I already have a few ideas what I want to do.

Notes:
input - Is it standard practice to indicate on the form that Caps Lock is on? - User Experience Stack Exchangehtml5 - What's the difference between HTML 'hidden' and 'aria-hidden' attributes? - Stack Overflow
Examples: 

Edit fiddle - JSFiddleBetter Passwords #3: Caps-lock Warnings — SitePointCode Bins : Password masking in jQuery

AspnetCore Oauth Active Directory

I'll be honest active directory has always been a difficult area for me to develop in. Which is why I prefer a basic user authorization that's just attached to the database. What I'm trying to do is leverage Oauth and inside pass in credentials to the active directory. Thous prevent users with the built in prompt and instead handle the authorization just like you would if it was inside an aspnet core Identity table. However this is no table! This means they can pass me any username and password. Not just what they are logged as under the domain (and under their browser). Very simple just difficult to explain with all the major buzz words floating around like Single Sign On, external service providers and etc. Which where I start to have trouble explain because I like to keep things simple. What my application will do is have an authorization page and redirect users to it if that are not logged in. Once I figure out they are who they say they are with the AD then continue …