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If you want any sort of real encryption security, use GPG. But, if you are willing to use a laxer bit of security, you might try experimenting with html keys auth. See client ssl certs.

Also, I do believe there are some javascript routines around that might be able to do some basic encryption like Base64, that might help you at least keep plain readable text out of the network traffic, if you decrypt on the server.

And this isn't Perl, but if you look at Processing.js you can write some easy code to embed your own java decrypter application that would be able to decrypt what comes in and display it in it's own canvas window id of the DOM. But to explain that is too complicated to do in a forum like this. If you can figure it out, good, but otherwise don't ask me how. :-)


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In reply to Re: Encrypt files on server and then decrypt when user downloads by zentara
in thread Encrypt files on server and then decrypt when user downloads by MPM

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