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1answer
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How to handle a large amount of authenticated clients

I currently have made a multithreaded server in c++ for windows, where each connected client gets a thread to themselves which stays running until the client's socket is closed. When a client ...
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0answers
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Port forwarding and C++ Winsock Client-Server applications [migrated]

As the title says, I'm creating a TCP client and a server program in C++. My question is, when running the client and server on two separate machines that go through a different firewalled router over ...
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2answers
279 views

When is the private key given to the client? [closed]

http://www.thebuzzmedia.com/designing-a-secure-rest-api-without-oauth-authentication/ I've been reading the article and I haven't really grasped it yet. When is the private key given to the client? ...
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1answer
110 views

Make an app that communicates with an app on a server over wifi [closed]

This is a very broad question, and I'm just looking for a pointer in the right direction more than a specific answer, but it's something I've always wondered and never known. Lets say I have a ...
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1answer
115 views

A Server sending data to be processed to clients [closed]

About a year ago I had an idea in mind which was using my friends computers to help me process my data, so I programmed a socket server application with boost::asio, and gave the client part of it to ...
2
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4answers
210 views

The right place to embed a parser : Server or the Client?

I'm writing a database management software. It has a client-server architecture where the server has the piece of code to store and retrieve. The client has to get the input from the user, connects to ...
2
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1answer
859 views

Building a strong robust client-server system

I need some help with regards to implement a pre-designed system that has 4 components and several constraints. I've spent approximately 50 hours trying to determine the best way to build this system; ...
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1answer
61 views

Should I re-download my server data after each change?

I have a simple DB editor that sits on the client. When I make changes via the editor, should I re-get all my data, as some of it is changed, or can I just do a check to make sure the procedure ran ...
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1answer
334 views

Which .NET technology would work as an improvement for this client/server application?

I am helping a friend with his rewrite of his .NET application, currently using WinForms + sockets, which is a client/server program that currently has on average ~120 concurrent users (sending ...
2
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4answers
736 views

AGPL License - does it apply in this scenario?

There is an AGPLv3 based software (Client) that makes web service calls (using SOAP) to another software (Server - commercial, cloud based). There is no common code or any connection whatsoever ...
2
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1answer
729 views

Should I Use WCF For My Purpose?

I wrote two programs that server and client can connect to each other (one program for server and another for client) with their IP addresses (socket programming). Now I want to modify it so that if ...