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How to encrypt with 3DES – DESede from Bouncy Castle API in J2ME applications

In this post we will see how to use the 3DES (Triple Data Encryption Standard in EDE mode) or DESede algorithm implementation from the Bouncy Castle API for J2ME platform. The example will use the 3DES lightweight engine to encrypt and decrypt a file managed by a J2ME (MIDlet) application.

The Bouncy Castle Crypto API for Java provides a lightweight cryptographic API that works with everything from the J2ME to the JDK 1.6 platform. The API is different for J2ME platform than the one for JDK platform. For example, the lightweight API has different implementations for the two platforms:

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Cum sa parsezi un RSS feed XML cu kXML intr-un MIDlet J2ME

Din cei in ce mai multe dispozitive mobile sunt folosite pentru a accesa serviciile Internet pri conexiuni de date. O modalitate eficienta de a transfera date intre platforme si tehnologii diferite este de a utiliza fisiere XML, care sunt simple fisiere text formatate conform regulilor XML.

Pentru a procesa un fisier XML si pentru a extrage datele necesare este nevoie de un parser XML, care implementeaza un motor pentru procesare de texte.

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How to use Bouncy Castle Lightweight Cryptographic API in NetBeans for J2ME (midlets) projects

The Bouncy Castle Crypto API for Java providesĀ a lightweight cryptography API that works with everything from the J2ME to the JDK 1.6 platform.

The API provides cryptographic functions for Java JDK 1.1 to 1.6 applications and for J2ME (mobile applications) midlets. The API can be downloaded from theĀ Bouncy Castle latest releases page. Read the rest of this entry »

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