So what?? You NEVER EVER EVER EVER store a password in the registry.
If you have a user that is logged in, you flag that the user is logged in on the server side. You also keep a piece of data the client sends to the server that says the client is logged in on that particular machine.
This keeps the client secured so the password cannot be stolen.
I create an App. that's execute in PC and I want to avoide to any copy from the App.
so in the form1 I set to get the CPU ID , so after the user call me to get the Pass , he can Open to the Main Form . So the pass must be save in a file or registry system , until , whenever he want to execute the app. , Main form open ... .
( this is my story
There's no such thing as copy protection that actually works.
CPU ID is disabled by default on most systems because of privacy concerns and is not even implemented on the newest Intel CPUs and AMD never implemented it at all on any of there CPU's. So, CPUID is useless as an identifier.
What you're talking about is a registration key. This is normally encrypted and stored in the registry in several locations. When the app is run (no login form required) the value is read back and decrypted and verified.
Hi. I am doing a research on twitter. I found a c# code which is using a twitter api to download the tweets of the users that I specify in the porogram but the problem is when I run the program after a while the program is no longer able to download the tweets and it gets 0 number of tweets. Is there any one facing with this issue before?
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please can anybody in the forum help me with C# code that can send and receive SMS via a GSM Modem. I have tried the code posted by Ranjan.D on "how to send and receive SMS using GSM Modem" but for some reasons, it didn't run on my windows 7 system. any updated version of that code will be highly appreciated.
I can tell you that nobody here is going to hand over code like that.
If you already have code, why not debug it and find out WHY the code won't work on your machine? SMS and a GSM modem is nothing but serial communication. There's nothing special about Windows 7 that would prevent the code from working.
I just looked through the code in that article and there's nothing special about it. It'll work on Windows 7 without modification.
But, since you didn't provide any error messages or what is happening and what it not, VERY SPECIFICALLY, it's impossible to tell you what the problem is in your specific case.
We have a web service which is deployed which is beyond Microsoft TMG. If I try to POST the SOAP data using HttpRequest I am able to get the response. The problem is I am unable to access the same though the client accessing the web service (I believe the TMG is rejecting). I tried the below steps to pass the authentication
1) Passing credentials using Network Credentials
2) Passing Credential Cache using BASIC authentication
3) But trying to post the HTTP using Fiddler it works.
Is there any option that I can get the response back to client from web service.