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  1. Hi I am looking for sample code for signing in via Facebook, Twitter or Google account to authorize app use.
  2. I'm rolling out a mass market app developed using smart mobile studio. I have compiled with code packing and obfuscation options. Is the compiled code secure from reverse engineering and simple hacking? Are there any third party html/js security tools you can recommend for strong code protection?
  3. I'm seeking help in making this Delphi code (from http://www.codeface.com.br/?p=1679) work in SmartMobileStudio. function EncryptStr(const S: String; Key: Word): String; var I: Integer; const C1 = 53761; C2 = 32618; begin Result := S; for I := 1 to Length(S) do begin Result := char(byte(S) xor (Key shr 8)); Key := (byte(Result) + Key) * C1 + C2; end; end; function DecryptStr(const S: String; Key: Word): String; var I: Integer; const C1 = 53761; C2 = 32618; begin Result := S; for I := 1 to Length(S) do begin Result := char(byte(S) xor (Key shr 8));
  4. I recently had a look at Scott Helme's site, https://securityheaders.io Scott is involved in information security and his site explains in great detail how to enhance site security by means of http response headers. Quoted : "HTTP Response headers are name-value pairs of strings sent back from a server with the content you requested. They are typically used to transfer technical information like how a browser should cache content, what type of content it is, the software running on the server and much, much more. Increasingly, HTTP Response headers have been used to transmit security
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