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Subject: Re: FLASH: HTTPS
From: John Dowdell
Date: Tue, 30 May 2000 21:56:03 +0100

At 1:23 PM 5/30/0, alexbatnitromedia [dot] com wrote:
> Is it possible to securely send info over HTTPS through Flash?

We piggyback atop the browser's modules for Secure Socket Layer encryption,
and most browsers today offer such support.

Try it... use an HTTPS URL to connect to a secure server... all should be
invisibly handled automatically.

If you need to show something written to a client, then try:
"How does Flash 4 handle secure information?"


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