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Nov
21
awarded  Scholar
Nov
21
accepted Is it safe to publish my development private key?
Nov
21
comment Is it safe to publish my development private key?
Why? So that other developers can run the application locally and access it from https://localhost on their local machines (without having to recreate all those files).
Nov
21
comment Is it safe to publish my development private key?
@StoneTrue what server? I run the application from my local machine.
Nov
21
comment Is it safe to publish my development private key?
Implementation Details: localhost SSL with puma
Nov
21
asked Is it safe to publish my development private key?
Jun
18
asked Is it a safe to hardcode my secret key in my iOS app?
Feb
20
awarded  Tumbleweed
Feb
17
answered Best practices on securely storing access tokens
Feb
17
comment Facebook iOS SDK Authentication
"Never include your App Secret in client-side or decompilable code." developers.facebook.com/docs/facebook-login/security
Feb
13
asked Simple Session Management Across Multiple Application Servers
Feb
13
awarded  Editor
Feb
13
revised Facebook iOS SDK Authentication
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Feb
13
comment Facebook iOS SDK Authentication
Hmmm... Looks like they're doing some sort of encryption, but I don't fully understand it yet.
Feb
13
comment Facebook iOS SDK Authentication
Now, I have another question... How does the Facebook iOS SDK prevent bundle ID spoofing? In other words, why can't I just give my app its own bundle ID but then send Facebook the bundle ID of another app?
Feb
13
comment Facebook iOS SDK Authentication
That's a good point. I was thinking you could distribute the app via Cydia. But, your answer reminded me that, then, only jailbroken devices could install it.
Feb
12
awarded  Student
Feb
12
asked Facebook iOS SDK Authentication
Oct
9
awarded  Supporter