Quote Originally Posted by zoran_u View Post

You could store a hashed string in the database and then on Wowza side you can take the user's password, generate the hash sting on-the-fly, using the same logic that was
used when the hash that is stored in the database was created, and then match the two hashed strings. If they match, then the user has provided the correct password.

Hi Zoran,

Could you please provide any additional comments?


And getPassword() got open password from database. And after it compare with password from rtmp:// string.

So, do you mean that need send hash in rtmp:// string or some else?