[Red5] streamSubscriberStart and IClient object, are they safe ?
marsh_de_aici at yahoo.com
Thu Jan 27 07:22:52 EST 2011
Hello, my red5 app looks something like this:
-Client clicks a button in a flash app to subscribe to a stream.
-On red5 i do some security checks, i generate a new stream name, put a
timestamp in the client's object and return the stream name to the client
-The client starts watching the stream
I would like to implement some security in the streamSubscriberStart method
so i take away some server load.
streamSubscriberStart description looks like this: "Notified when a
My questions are:
-The streamSubscriberStart method is notifyed by the client or by another
method on the server wich gets invoked when the client calls
-It gets notified when he recieves the first packet, or when he calls
-Can a forged flash player skip to notify the streamSubscriberStart?
-Can a client overwrite or read the atribute i set with "IClient
client.setAttribute("timestamp",System.currentTimeMillis());" or other
attributes i set?
Thank you very much :)
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