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Re: [O] mobileorg encryption in iOS vs. Android

From: Greg Troxel
Subject: Re: [O] mobileorg encryption in iOS vs. Android
Date: Mon, 14 Jan 2013 16:10:47 -0500
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John Hendy <address@hidden> writes:

> Does this make sense? If so, this is my reasoning for thinking the
> change has to be on the org side. Alternatively, an openssl decryption
> method could be integrated into mobileorg Android.

What I meant was that it would be nice if there were a single scheme to
encrypt org files, and all mobile clients implemented it.  The use of
openssl by ios mobileorg seems reasonable, and I don't know why android
mobileorg doesn't use the same scheme.  But if android mobileorg uses
APG, then it seems that there should be elisp support to encrypt the
files and put them in place.

Is the use of APG for symmetric encryption, or is there a phone/org
pubkey involved?

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