Is there a way to automatically log into a secure wifi available?

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Jptooch
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Is there a way to automatically log into a secure wifi available?

Post by Jptooch » 07 Nov 2019 16:39

Looking for a flow that will automatically log my phone into a secure WIFI when available.
For example. When I go to work I have to log into my work's secure wifi. There is not a way to save my credentials via any user ID/password saving feature.

Basically looking for a flow that will be triggered by a SSID, then automatically type in my credentials.

Thanks JPTooch

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Martin
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Re: Is there a way to automatically log into a secure wifi available?

Post by Martin » 07 Nov 2019 21:28

Hi,

There's no built-in feature for this. You could try to use Control UI to automate entering the ID/password but that's usually tricky to get working reliably since timing can be difficult to get right.

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Re: Is there a way to automatically log into a secure wifi available?

Post by Desmanto » 10 Nov 2019 17:32

@Jptooch : Do you mean captive portal login? Which require browser to type in the username/password? If yes, maybe you can use HTTP request to mimic the feature. When the notification appear to sign-in, you can act on it sending HTTP request containing the ID/password. But I don't know if it is secure enough, as your ID/password might get send in plain text.
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Re: Is there a way to automatically log into a secure wifi available?

Post by Jptooch » 13 Nov 2019 23:05

Desmanto wrote:
10 Nov 2019 17:32
@Jptooch : Do you mean captive portal login? Which require browser to type in the username/password? If yes, maybe you can use HTTP request to mimic the feature. When the notification appear to sign-in, you can act on it sending HTTP request containing the ID/password. But I don't know if it is secure enough, as your ID/password might get send in plain text.
Thank you for the suggestion. I've read some of the options with the HTTP request and not sure which ones to select. For example, Request Method, Variable, Store Response... Do you have any suggestions? It sounds like what you describe as a browser based login.

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