Web Application Security
encryption in android apps Jan 09 2013 10:00AM
saghar estehghari (s estehghari gmail com) (2 replies)
Re: encryption in android apps Jan 09 2013 12:32PM
Scott Herbert (scott a herbert googlemail com)

If you've access to the PIN from withing the app. encrypt the key with
the PIN (or a hash of the PIN) then you can keep the PIN in memory and
decript the key file where needed.

or just use the PIN (or hash) as the key.

On 09/01/2013 10:00, saghar estehghari wrote:
> Hi,
> In my android application I need to save several sensitive files and I
> want to encrypt them.
> But I have doubts the way to store the key on the device!
> The application is protected with PIN code and the is also
> communication with the back-end server. But such communication should
> be as
> less as possible. This implies that I can't store the secret key on
> the server and get it whenever needed.
> So does anybody has a practical solution?
> Thanks
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Re: encryption in android apps Jan 09 2013 12:20PM
Jamie Riden (jamie riden gmail com)


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