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  1. #1
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    Encryption support in Symbian S60 (3rd Edi)

    Hi All,

    I am developing simple app for S60 3rd Edition FP2 platform and as per current requirement i would like to perform Encryption (custom key based) at client end (i.e in my Symbian S60 based application) and Decryption at server end (definitely using the same key) (i.e C#.Net/VB.Net)

    On Symbian platform i have tried AES using CPaddingSSLv3, DES using CPaddingPKCS7 and able to encrypt and decry pt on symbian platform, but as per my requirement i need to perform decryption at server end (i.e using C#.Net/VB.Net)

    Is there any specific Encryption and padding combination which will fulfill this requirement or any reference of document or pointer on this will helped...

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    Re: Encryption support in Symbian S60 (3rd Edi)

    Cryptography is a nightmare :-)
    Basically you should understand which crypto algorithms you have at your disposal for decryption on server part and then try to encrypt with the same format on Symbian (saying C#.Net/VB.Net doesn't say anything about encryption algorithms).
    In a recent thread you can find some starting points and some snippets of code, maybe it's enough to get you started....
    Hope it helps somehow

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    Re: Encryption support in Symbian S60 (3rd Edi)

    Thank you Pavarang for prompt reply and reference. I am checking reference link you shared - will bug/update you about finding and result. Thanks.

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