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Correlating Passwords encrypted using Java Ajax

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Can any one help me in correlating passwords which are encrypted using Java Ajax?
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Hi,

You dont need to correlate encrypted password, these should be parametized. ie you supply these to the server via a parameter file and not obtaining them from returned responses.
You have the option of supplying them in clear text or encrypted, depending on your recording options you may have recorded them encrypted. The easiest way to deal with these is to change the SetEncryptedValue= to be SetValue=and replace the encrypted string with free text or a parameter file with free text entries. For further explanation, in vugen put your cursor on the Web_Edit_Field line and press f1 and read the help file that pops up. Hope this helps

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Hi,

You dont need to correlate encrypted password, these should be parametized. ie you supply these to the server via a parameter file and not obtaining them from returned responses.
You have the option of supplying them in clear text or encrypted, depending on your recording options you may have recorded them encrypted. The easiest way to deal with these is to change the SetEncryptedValue= to be SetValue=and replace the encrypted string with free text or a parameter file with free text entries. For further explanation, in vugen put your cursor on the Web_Edit_Field line and press f1 and read the help file that pops up. Hope this helps

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Thanks Ian, That helps...
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