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infosecz

A few basic questions... I think. =/

1. What commands are used to send data from GUICtrlCreateInput into other applications?

2. Is there a way to store that data in a protected form, during transition?

3. Is there a command to wipe all data that was received, once GUI is closed?

Thanks very much for any help.

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A lot more information like:

What kind of application do you want to send the data to? A GUI you, a web page ...?

What do you mean by "protected form, during transition"?

You want to clear all input fields of the target application, right?


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A few basic questions... I think. =/

1. What commands are used to send data from GUICtrlCreateInput into other applications?

2. Is there a way to store that data in a protected form, during transition?

3. Is there a command to wipe all data that was received, once GUI is closed?

Thanks very much for any help.

1. GUICtrlRead() can get the information from an input

2. any kind of encryption

3. we don't know where the data is, where do you save it? there's always a way.

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infosecz

Oh, I apologize for being vague. I am trying to seek basic answers without violating forum rules. I am making a GUI that interacts with a java application, which I own. It is only meant to be accessed by my employees, and I would like to do this relatively securely. The info would only be stored on the local host, but I would still like to ensure the data being parsed from input to app is securely handled.

Anyways, I want to enter data into GUICtrlCreateInput and have that sent to a specific field in the application. Unfortunately, when I use WIndow Info it does not note a difference from any area of the web application. The frame and the position do note change, no matter where I place the finder tool. GUICtrlRead() seems to be what I need to parse the data from GUI to App, but now i need to determine how AutoIt can designate a target.

Again, thanks for the help and I apologize if this isn't being explained properly.

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Melba23

infosecz,

I was turning a blind eye to this thread, but you have now forced my hand. :(

What you were trying to do in your first thread is against the Forum rules and now you are trying to get exactly the same information in this one. You obviously did not notice that there is also a rule about posting the same question if a previous thread was closed - so admitting that you are doing that means I have no choice but to lock this thread as well. Please do not open a third one. :naughty:

M23

P.S. Java apps are very difficult to automate as is is often impossible to identfy the various controls meaning that you have to fall back on simple (and less accurate) Send commands. ;)


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