I've no reason to doubt the reliability of SQLCipher. I haven't used it, but I plan to.
Can anyone comment on whether an SQLCipher database is more likely to experience problems (data corruption etc) than a non-encrypted SQLite database.
I'm using SQLCipher 1.5 in an existing app. From Aug 2019 app updates will require 64-bit so I'll have to move to SQLCipher 1.6 which provides 64-bit support and upgrades from SQLCipher 3 to SQLCipher 4.
But I don't see a way to use that in B4A as Sql.Initialize fails when opening an SQLCipher...
Colleagues, I'm pretty worried, I should do this migration from SQLCiper V1.50 to V1.60, as we all know from the 64BIT binary.
The problem is generated because the database created in V1.50 will not be compatible with V1.60, so as I do to pass that data to the new database when updating the app...
I have this issue:
I create database with SQLcipher 1.6 lib by this instructions:
SQL1.Initialize(File.DirRootExternal, "1.db", True, DB_PASSWORD, "")
and it works fine.
But the problem...
Estoy empezando a indagar SQLCipher y me surge una duda.
Hasta ahora de empezar con el cifrado, las BD las creo en el PC (SQLite Studio) y las incrusto sin ningún registro en la app a través de la carpeta Files. Al iniciar la APP, lo primero que hago es descargar los registros desde un...
Trying to copy a table from the main SQLite database (main) to an attached database. I am using SQLCipher. The table I am copying has this DDL:
CREATE TABLE [ADDRESSES]([EMIS_NUMBER] INTEGER PRIMARY KEY, [HOUSE] TEXT, [STREET] TEXT, [LOCALITY] TEXT, [TOWN] TEXT, [POSTCODE] TEXT, [HOME_PHONE]...
The current SQLCipher (version 3.20.1, compile date 24/08/2017) is compiled without SQLITE_ENABLE_EXPLAIN_COMMENTS, so although there is a comment output column, the Explain command doesn't produce any comments. This is a pity as it looks using Explain could be an easy way to see all the select...
Is this possible?
I get this error when installing to the phone (Samsung S9):
** Activity (main) Create, isFirst = true **
Connect2DB, Starter.strAppDir: /storage/3637-6230/Android/data/b4a.sqlitelight1/files
Connect2DB, strDB: PhonePats.db
In the post 'bout SQLCipher is stated that:
Based on SQLCipher v3.59
Supports targetSdkVersion 26.
The icu.zip file is no longer required. You can delete it from the Files folder.
It is no longer required to disable the debugger virtual assets feature.
Remove this line...
Hey guys :)
I used this library to protect data
Before the encryption, the database size was 104 MB, but after the encryption 98.2 MB.
(The volume of the database was reduced to 6 MB).:D:D
After the release of the program, we see that the APK file size has changed from 22.5 MB to 104 MB...
Amigos quiero implementar este SQLCipher en mi app, pero me surge una duda que android es compatible con SQLCipher, estuve haciendo pruebas en mi J7 android 6.0.1 y funciona perfectamente, pero que hay de android inferior o superior, Alguien con alguna experiencia ?
I have been getting libutils.so not found when testing my application with Motorola C PLus (Android 7 with targetSDKVersion of 26)
My Samsung Galaxy Trend (Android 4.1.2) runs fine with the targetSDK of 26.
How do i fix this. I launched an application to the playstore with targetSDKVersion of...