secure comm between app and server

Phil Davis revdev at pdslabs.net
Thu Mar 17 14:53:15 EDT 2011


Hi Paul,

I'm changing my tune - I think encryption will be enough after all. Plus, I 
already know how to do it. Thanks for the idea.

Phil


On 3/16/11 10:29 PM, Phil Davis wrote:
> I dunno. I think I would still want to send the data through the SSL tunnel 
> that HTTPS uses, or something like it. The data will contain commands that 
> make things happen from remote locations.
>
> I'm just now reading a Wikipedia article about HTTPS - good stuff!
> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Https
>
> Phil
>
>
> On 3/16/11 9:59 PM, Paul Looney wrote:
>> Phil,
>> Would it suffice to encrypt the data?
>> Paul Looney
>>
>> On Mar 16, 2011, at 9:51 PM, Phil Davis wrote:
>>
>>> I want to make the communication secure between my desktop app (and later a 
>>> mobile app) and a LC CGI script on my server. I have HTTPS turned on and 
>>> certificate in place, but don't know how much of that is needed. How do I do 
>>> it? I have no clue.
>>>
>>> If it's easier to do it with revServer (aka "irev") code, I'm open. I just 
>>> want to keep it in LC if possible.
>>>
>>> Many thanks -
>>> -- 
>>> Phil Davis
>>>
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