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[email protected] said over 2 years ago on Rails API - Authentication with JWT :

Thanks Dave for making this video. I've question about the login. That means, for the very first client request to server, the client actually sending a plain text password. Right? How secure is that? If I'm not mistaken, everything that client sends to server will be show up inside the server logs. Please clarify.

[email protected] said over 2 years ago on Rails API - Authentication with JWT :

Thanks. What do you mean by this?

"...Unless the form is posted to an endpoint over SSL, the password would also be sent over plaintext."

I'm not quite get it.

[email protected] said over 1 year ago on Upload Files to AWS S3 Using Fine Uploader :

Thank you!