Is it possible to store logins in a json file?

For example:
{“ID”: “0021” { “JSONLOVER21”: { “pass”: “JS0N67” } } }
{“ID”: “0043” { “IluvCookies”: { “pass”: “Motorcycle87BNzXc” } } }

Yes. Using Node.js. But JSON files are prone to corruption.

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Oh, i’ll just use the .env file then, thanks!

You also should not use that. You can use keyv with sqlite3 so you can store logins easily.

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Please use some sort of sql. Using JSON for credentials is a very bad idea.

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Definitely. Use a database - the filesystem is usually only a practical idea for logging/non-sensitive information.

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If you use json- and someone manages to view the code for your site- your pretty much done for.

Use an SQL database engine OR a noSQL service like mongodb atlas.

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The worst case is if a high-tech spy hacker (or just an ordinary nerd) looked trough the sources panel, it’s all over.

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yep, many can do that- even on mobile.

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and actually Khalby has a library for that, meet Jsoning
My friend actually needed something simple with files so I used jsoning for his discord bot db

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I like regular JSON databases

but I’m no node guy

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