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    Do you have any example to show us how to verify the name/password of the users are match/mismatch when the user try to log in by the VPlayMultiplayer? Do v-play support encryption? The simplest solution I know are QCryptographicHash.Thanks


    Felgo Team


    there is no password as the login does not require authentication – the user’s device is used as unique identifier. To support multi-device syncing, you can use Facebook to connect multiple devices with the same user account.

    The data sent is all encrypted. For WebStorage, you can store the data locally encrypted if you want to by using any JavaScript library or C++ code.

    Cheers, Chris



    Thanks, I think I would need to update the spec before I signed the contract. If the customer do need log in authentication, I would use SHA to hash the password before I store it by WebStorage(not very secure, but should enough for this small app).


    The data sent is all encrypted


    Do you mean it is encrypted by ssl?


    Felgo Team

    Https is not used but all content is sent encrypted, with a per-app encryption key (the secret property).

    Cheers, Chris

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