Did you try with “and key tKey”... it does not look like that part is optional.
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> On Jan 26, 2021, at 9:07 AM, Bernard Devlin via use-livecode
> According to the Dictionary in LC 9.5.1 there is this command:
> open secure socket [from
According to the Dictionary in LC 9.5.1 there is this command:
open secure socket [from [localHostName][:localPort]] [to] socketID [with
message callbackMessage] [without verification] *[using certificate
certificate and key key]*
However I can't get it to work.
open secure socket to
“Using tCertificate and tKey” compiles but I don’t know how to test. It does
seem like the parser doesn’t recognize those keywords.
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> On Jan 26, 2021, at 2:13 PM, Bernard Devlin via use-livecode
> Thanks for the suggestion Erik, but I don't see from that how
> WAIT… THAT was a SCAM???
He actually sent the money to me.
There was a great website years ago that I can no longer find, in which a women
strung along one of these guys, posting what she was doing and the
She became increasingly salacious,
Thanks for the suggestion Erik, but I don't see from that how one specifies
On Tue, Jan 26, 2021 at 6:03 PM Erik Beugelaar via use-livecode <
> Maybe this:
> secure socket "livecode.com:443"
I regularly get emails that threaten to do financial harm if I don’t do some
kind of payment to them. If it’s a scam, the return email may be spoofed also.
Once I got an email from a known friend requesting assistance during a travel
problem, but the email had been hijacked. From that
When people buy our software an email with a license key is sent to
them. We probably get a handful of people contacting support each MONTH
with problems - in most cases they are polite and just want the problem
solved, which is usually that they are using the wrong license key with
secure socket "livecode.com:443"
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Devlin via use-livecode
Sent: dinsdag 26 januari 2021 16:40
To: How to use LiveCode
Cc: Bernard Devlin
Subject: Re: open
I did. I tried these too:
*open* *secure* socket to "localhost:443" using certificate tc and key tk
*open* *secure* socket to "localhost:443" without verification using
certificate tc and key tk
When the above lines are entered in the script editor they are flagged as
being syntax errors. In
then of course i could be happy to get such emails not so often. ;)
Regarding your concerns, i don't think that it is scam. The customer really
purchased the software and if i would refund the purchase no one else as the
customer himself had an advantage of it.
But i keep that in
WAIT… THAT was a SCAM???
On Jan 26, 2021, at 9:45 AM, Paul Dupuis via use-livecode
Honestly with all the SCAM email out there from Nigerian Princes to "I am dying
and wish you to manage my million as I have no heirs"
today i had a really unfriendly email from a customer
and i would like to show what independent developers sometimes have to deal
First some information...
i am selling a Win/Mac/Linux tool through Fastspring for years.
The software is protected using Zygodact from Jacqueline
Can you contact him on LinkedIn to verify he sent that email? If it isn't
fraudulent he may be looking for a free copy by requesting a refund and
then using the app anyway. But it sounds like a fake email to me.
Jacqueline Landman Gay | jac...@hyperactivesw.com
HyperActive Software |
super happy to see this, hopefully it will when i need it.
Going to look this up.
Wondering if it will be super hard to create certificate and make it work
on localhost sockets.
On Tue, Jan 26, 2021 at 2:26 PM Brian Milby via use-livecode <
On 1/26/21 6:05 AM, Bernard Devlin via use-livecode wrote:
Is it really the case that for the past 6 years LC documentation has been
misleading people concerning the implementation of certificates for secure
I notice in the Dictionary the entry for "open
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