Learning about server

Simon Smith hello at simonsmith.co
Wed Jun 11 01:49:05 EDT 2014


Thanks Kay :)

I would love to look at the security side of things sometime - it seems to
be something a lot of developers take less seriously now days. One of the
things I like about LiveCode is how easy it makes it to work with
encryption.

LiveCode has added support for Open SSL & encryption support for iOS and
Android - so that would be the place to start.

Simon


On Wed, Jun 11, 2014 at 3:46 AM, Kay C Lan <lan.kc.macmail at gmail.com> wrote:

> On Wed, Jun 11, 2014 at 3:02 AM, Simon Smith <hello at simonsmith.co> wrote:
>  but if it helps one person, then I would be happy.
>
> Well it helped me, so please be happy.
>
> Now to make you sad. I'm surprised that security didn't make a mention
> in John's lists of topics, nor is it an obvious link on your page. I
> know there are many posts on this list that cover the topic and
> there's probably a books worth of detail on this one subject alone,
> but it would be really nice if, when you cross that bridge, you were
> to add a Hitch Hiker's Guide on how to keep data private as it travels
> back and forth between LC standalones and LC Server. For me, once I've
> got past step one of the installation of LC Server the very next
> hurdle would be to keep all comms secure, or which comms do I need to
> keep secure and which ones I need not waste time worrying about.
>
> But again, thanks for the link!
>
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