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hi,
i want to store password in a binary file rather than a database file. it should not be readable and should not be static.

thanks in advance
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by:mlmcc
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Will you be storing the username also?

Will you fully secure the encode/decoding code?

How many users?

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by:krunalj
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Hi,
 
 First encrypt the password/username(Information u want to save to the file) after that u can use :

dim freef as integer
dim dataoffile as string

freef = freefile

open "FILE_NAME" as binary as #freef
  get #freef,,dataoffile
close #freef

freef = freefile

open "FILE_NAME" as binary as #freef
  Put #freef, len(dataoffile), #freef
close #freef
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ya , i also want to store the username and want to fully secure the encode/decode code. can group policies also be applied.
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