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Username/Pswrd encryption in FMP URL?


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I mean you could use some sort of encrpytion/decryption in the url when storing parameters to at least obfuscate the data stored in the url.  I have an AES_Encrypt/Decrypt function that I use to store & set a field for username that is sent via email.  When a user clicks the link it opens a Web Direct database and performs a script that decrypts the value stored in the parameter.

 

But that's just for username.  I would never send a password via a url parameter.

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