A curious case of a submit button

Our button displays an error message. Really. This is the only function of the single most important button on our form.

However, this is only from a programmer’s perspective.

Last week we’ve added in-browser encryption[1] into Timestripe[2]. A user chooses a password and our application encrypts all the data before sending it to the server. The decryption password never goes over the internet, so nobody except the owner can decrypt the sensitive information.

Next time the user logs in, the browser offers to enter the password to decrypt the goals. The form checks…

Anatoly Burov

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