[guardian-dev] SQLCipher: best practices
hans at guardianproject.info
Tue Aug 5 14:55:01 EDT 2014
We have a library for managing SQLCipher and IOCipher passwords, its called
It is used in Courier, InformaCam, ChatSecure and others, so you can look
there for examples.
Cédric Jeanneret wrote:
> I'm considering using SQLCipher in a new app, as it will store location,
> wireless essid and timestamp.
> I've looked at the examples, but it seems they are using hard-coded
> password which, obviously, isn't that good…
> How shall I do in order to get some random password? If possible one per
> device, generated at install time or anything like that (well, if that's
> possible, of course ;) ).
> Thanks for your inputs.
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