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CSecurity Class

Posted on 1998-08-25
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Has anyone seen a VC 5.0 class that deals with security.  Simply looking for a class that does userid/password manipulation and encryption.  It would also include a dialog box that allows input from the user.
-Brent
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There is no that kind of class and dialog in VC and there will never be. MFC supplies only the framework for creating that kind of classes and it also provides only the basic functionality and covers the dialogs supplied by Win32 itself.
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by:xlr8tn
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Just looking to see if anyone has created a custom class to handle this, not really expecting it to be included in MFC.

-Brent
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chensu earned 50 total points
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There are some useful classes for you.
WFC - Win32 Foundation Classes
http://ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/Sam_Blackburn/wfc.htm
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