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Handling Encrypted values
I am creating a script in Vugen with following steps:
1) Launch application and enter username and password, then click on Submit.
At this point, In web_submit_data request, I could see that a 'session string' and 'associated password' along with userid and password I give are being passed.
'Session string' is unique value for each login. It is generated from application using Java script. It is originated only from request.
'Password' is encrypted value for (unique session string + password that I enter)...
I am not sure how this encryption is happening.
Please let me know how to handle it.
2) Similar case as above:
In UI, I am 'passing amount', 'to bank account', 'bank name', 'from account'. All these values are being passed as a encrypted value in the script along with uniquely generated session string value. Session string value is unique for each transaction and is generated randomly thru Java script. I am not aware of encryption logic and I don't have chance to get it as well.
How to handle it???
I guess I can use Ajax truclient but it is too slow when executed in load as well as interactive mode and thus not sure if we will be able to reach our required transaction count. The transaction count coule be way below if we use Ajax truclient. Furthermore, We have only one LG(2 GB Ram) and 500GB HDD. Not sure how many users I can use with Ajax truclient as it occupies considerable memory.
Please let me know how this can be handled.
Thank in advance.
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