[Interest] QML and sensitive data

Uwe Rathmann Uwe.Rathmann at tigertal.de
Tue Sep 10 15:44:15 CEST 2019

On 9/10/19 3:08 PM, Alexander Ivash wrote:

> Under what conditions? I mentioned that Quick Controls 2 is a must to
> make behaviour more deterministic.

F.e QTextInput ( QC2 has nothing to with it ) is completly done in C++ 
and if you are willing to include private headers ( not private in the 
meaning of C++ ) you can also use it from C++.

So you could implement a small C++ wrapper item around QTextInput that 
hides the text property of the API and exposes the part of the API you 
need in QML.

Then it doesn't matter how secure/insecure the QML runtime environment 
actually is as it never sees the text.


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