Encryption and protection
bvlahos at mac.com
Mon Oct 4 10:14:41 EDT 2004
I do have a separate stack built as a standalone so it has the engine
which opens the stack with the code and data that I want to protect.
On Oct 4, 2004, at 6:12 AM, Thomas McGrath III wrote:
> 1. I have heard that the 2.5 pswd is OK
> 2. I would have a separate stack as the start up and link to another
> locked stack for the "Full stack protection".
> 3. Others here would know this. sorry.
> 4. ditto
> On Oct 4, 2004, at 1:19 AM, Bill Vlahos wrote:
>> I have a project where the data is stored in custom properties of
>> multiple cards in a stack that also has the UI for the user. Access
>> to the data by the user can be restricted by a password the user can
>> set. I want to protect my code in the stack as well.
>> What are the options in 2.5 to keep the data and stack structure
>> 1. Will the password mechanism in 2.5 be sufficient to protect my
>> If not, what are the options?
>> 2. I want to allow the user to access the initial card of the stack
>> but require a password (that they can set) to access any other cards.
>> Access should be granted for as long as the user has the stack open
>> (like a lot of web pages). Once the stack is closed, or on an
>> openStack, or the user wishes to lock it again, the lock should be
>> in place.
>> Would it work to check the value of a variable, field contents on a
>> card that is not the initial card, or some custom property somewhere
>> to grant access to the destination card?
>> 3. How strong is the encryption that is built into the locking stack
>> If it isn't strong enough, what other options are there?
>> The product has to work without requiring access to the Internet for
>> public key/private key exchanges and the program needs to be able to
>> save changes in a way that leaves the data file always protected.
>> 4. Is doing this in a stack the right approach or would it be better
>> to have a binary data file like more traditional programs? If a data
>> file is the right way to go, how can that be protected?
>> Please let me know what you think.
>> Bill Vlahos
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