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Hidding IE screen issue

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#1 ·  Posted (edited)

Hello,

Im attempting to hide all of the Ie screens until Im ready to display the screens to the users.

I use the code snippet below

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$oIE = _IECreate ("

Edited by Valik

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TSE Pro + Process Hacker on bank account trying to hide logon win. what are you trying to do?


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We are automating tasks for end users and nee the ability to set this up so the users cant

see the screens for the logon as they try to chnage things and it wont work if the exact logon credentials

are not passwed to the application, the abblication is passing the details for the logon , its just the user intgeraction

we need to avoid until the logon is complete

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you mean you need autoit to pass logon credentials to that win while its hidden untill he (the user) dont tupe in correct data and the hidden wins after that popup?


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Hello ,

Yes we want to hide the windows until the user is logged in .

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#6 ·  Posted (edited)

if you embed the IE into a gui then show/hide the gui when needed

$ie = _IECreateEmbedded()
$ie_gui = GUICreate("Your GUI",910,713,-1,-1,$WS_OVERLAPPEDWINDOW + $WS_VISIBLE + $WS_CLIPSIBLINGS + $WS_CLIPCHILDREN);Adjust size as needed
$GUIActiveX = GUICtrlCreateObj($ie,1,14,909,699)
GUISetState(@SW_SHOW or @SW_HIDE)
_IENavigate ($ie,website_url)
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What you may want to do seeing how you work for BofA is use active directory to set the access then the users will not need to login.

Second I would cut out items on your screenshot that are not needed. You are asking for a security issue with your information security people if they see you doing this. Just by looking at your screenshot I was able to gather several pieces of information about your internal network environment that a hacker would like to know.

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The GUI won't control thr win32 password prompt. Also consider covering everything with a splash screen until you are ready to reveal.

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The GUI won't control thr win32 password prompt. Also consider covering everything with a splash screen until you are ready to reveal.

Dale

From what I gathered, he wanted to hide the "Navigation Cancelled" window and leave the login visible until after they logged in and the webpage was refreshed.


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Image removed per the user's request. Thread locked because I just don't like this one.

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