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07-23-2012 10:21 PM
Ok I have one advice I need form you guys. I'm currently creating my first bb10 app, and that app is targeting a webservice that needs a user and password to retrieve some JsonData. Right now my app is asking the user and password from the user and I would like to be able to keep that info so that the user doesn't have to enter his pwd all the time. Now I was wondering where should I be storing that info since it's sensitive ? I was thinking about hashing the pwd and putting it in the QSettings but I'm afraid it's not secure enough. Can anyone of you let me know of the best practices for that.
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07-23-2012 10:29 PM
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