You see a security problem by passing user and password in the url?
Yes, it is. URLs are part of the access logs kept by HTTP servers, leaving them at the mercy of anyone who has (legitimately or illegitimately) access to them. They're also kept in web browser, web server and proxy caches, making this a not-so-good approach.
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Joined: Feb 12, 2010
Thank you Ulf!!!
Can you help me to solve this problem?
Joined: Mar 22, 2005
I'm not exactly sure, but the way of adding parameters looks kind of complicated. Have you tried something like this?
Joined: Jan 30, 2010
Hi Daniel and Ulf,
I know that is a security glitch.
I have solution too.
Ulf your previous code is I think almost right. There must be some other issue. I am sending a new code which I have just tried And it is working for me.
Android Code :
Hi, i am trying a lot with Android and Jsp using the example here. But JSP file is not able to get the value (which is set in NameValuePair in Android Activity) in request.getParamater. For me, the returned username and Password always null , unless i ran the JSP file by giving by name and password as