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    Personal Data Protection

    Hello to All !

    Is There Any Java Application Available By Using That We Can Protect Our Data On 6230i. Either On Memory Card Or Either On Phone Memory ?
    Thanks In Advance.

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    Re: Personal Data Protection

    If you mean that if an application exists, which encrypts and decrypts data on the fly for other applications, the answer is no (one reason being midlets cannot be run on the background on Series 40 devices).

    The applications should take care of encrypting/decrypting their own data.

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    Re: Personal Data Protection

    if you would like to encrypt/decrypt data using j2me, on nokia, and the device does not support the api's, look at bouncycastle.org

    I got that working! On Nokia that is.
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    Re: Personal Data Protection

    Thanks for reply.. But

    I just want to ask about the data protection. Like in symbian phones there are so many applications available by which you can protect your phone or memory card data by keeping password.. Same as i want to ask that is there any way to lock or protect my memory card or phone memory stuff but in java based applicatoin supported by Nokia 6230i.

    Thanks again in Advance.

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    Re: Personal Data Protection

    Quote Originally Posted by Irshad-ullah
    Thanks for reply.. But

    I just want to ask about the data protection. Like in symbian phones there are so many applications available by which you can protect your phone or memory card data by keeping password.. Same as i want to ask that is there any way to lock or protect my memory card or phone memory stuff but in java based applicatoin supported by Nokia 6230i.

    Thanks again in Advance.
    Yes, so many applications on Symbian, and using a simple application (Symbian) such as FileExplorer, you can open up a Midlets RMS database, and look at the data inside.

    Symbian mandates that to get signed, an application cannot store any password data on device, unless it is encrypted by some means.

    I dont think there is anyway to lock or protect your memory card from java, but you might be able to using C++.

    From java, you can only attempt to protect your own applications data
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    Re: Personal Data Protection

    Thanks For Reply Again Thanks

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    Re: Personal Data Protection

    Hi

    There is an java application which name is " Locker " This is protector fot W800 and K750 sets. I just want to ask is there any application which is for 6230 or 6230i. I just want to safe our data on Memory Card.

    Thanks in Advance

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    Re: Personal Data Protection

    not sure, do you have the source code? you might be able to compile it for whichever platform you like?
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