2 Replies Latest reply on Oct 29, 2008 9:29 PM by xwisdom

    SQLite Encrypted Databases

      I was just browsing the SQLite website when I came across the following:

      "The SQLite Encryption Extension (SEE) is an enhanced version of SQLite that encrypts database files using 128-bit or 256-Bit AES to help prevent unauthorized access or modification. The entire database file is encrypted so that to an outside observer, the database file appears to contain white noise. There is nothing that identifies the file as an SQLite database."

      Since Adobe is a member of the SQLite Consortium why don't we see this feature added to the AIR runtime? It would be cool to have an option like this to encrypt the local database.