Thursday, July 1, 2010

My First Android Application: OpenNoteSecure

Yesterday I published my first Android application, OpenNoteSecure (which is open source), to the Android market. It is a simple application that stores encrypted text files on your phone using AES or DES. It was built for my Cryptology project this semester as a demonstration for securely storing information on your phone.


I will eventually have a paper that will analyze the security of storing information on an Android phone using the encryption that is implemented in the application. Once I finish the paper at the end of the semester I will post it online. It is a fairly simple project, but learning about how to develop Android applications has been worth the time.

You can download the application using the QR code. To my surprise it has already been downloaded a few times. If someone finds this application useful it will have been worth the effort.

1 comment:

maneesh said...

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Maneesh.
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