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Passing value from one web application to another hosted in different server

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 14, 2010    Points: 0   Category :ASP.Net
I want to redirect from one aspx page to another aspx page of different application. Both applications are hosted in different application servers. I want to pass a value from one application to another. I tried - 1. Response.redirect with Query string - But query string is not secure as it is visible to user in browser. 2. Cookies - This is also not a secure way. Again if the cookies are disable in the browser it may not work. 3. Server.transfer - In different web application we cant use server.transfer. Please provide any easy solution how to achieve this.  I dont want to display the values to the user as it is confidential data.

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