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I want to make a login form with crypted credentials in INI file

For example, if login form hasn't password, then go to Create Password form and choose a password then program save the password crypted in INI file then goto Login form and convert my entered password to Crypted, if it was Correct then continue script code... 

 

Can you help me? ❤️

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@Colduction
Where's your code? :)
Start to take a look at _Crypt* functions, at INI* functions, and Control* and Win* functions.


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2 minutes ago, FrancescoDiMuro said:

@Colduction
Where's your code? :)
Start to take a look at _Crypt* functions, at INI* functions, and Control* and Win* functions.

Can you give me some example by do this in INI file? 🤔❤️

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