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    Im waiting for a CSV importer and it will be installed great app IMHO

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    Ste has now added it to Installer.app. Thanks alot Ste! Thanks to anyone that also sent him a request.

    Quote Originally Posted by 997TT View Post
    a completely different issue if somebody takes your most secret information like passwords, credit card information, etc. and stores it in an application which can't be verified.
    But it can - it's open source. A white box - you can see exactly how it works. You can disassemble the binary and see what frameworks & libraries I'm linking with. You can sniff traffic and make sure the phone isn't sending anything while running the application. There's multiple ways.

    Yes, they're all a pain for the end user and take another developer to do so - but now how do you trust that guy? did he really verify it and do a good job? It's a tricky situation, and each end user is different in how much verification they need. I'd love though for some other developer of another popular app to vouch for me and the code, though.

    peu - Fair enough, I understand how vital it is

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    i REALLY want something to save hidden phone numbers and names. If you could even hide them and call from your program that would be awesome! In other words, a secret phone book for the people i meet that i don't want anyone to be able to see.

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    great stuff phylar. I have been waiting for this.
    thank you very much.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phylar View Post
    Ste has now added it to Installer.app. Thanks alot Ste! Thanks to anyone that also sent him a request.



    But it can - it's open source. A white box - you can see exactly how it works. You can disassemble the binary and see what frameworks & libraries I'm linking with. You can sniff traffic and make sure the phone isn't sending anything while running the application. There's multiple ways.

    Yes, they're all a pain for the end user and take another developer to do so - but now how do you trust that guy? did he really verify it and do a good job? It's a tricky situation, and each end user is different in how much verification they need. I'd love though for some other developer of another popular app to vouch for me and the code, though.

    peu - Fair enough, I understand how vital it is
    Don't get me wrong, Lockbox is a great application and it has a bright future if it proves to be reliable and safe too. I would happily pay for this program because I NEED such a program. Maybe sooner or later, there will be some sort of certification for iPhone third party apps or even some sort of Apple certification but judging by how Nokia handled a similar situation with Symbian S60 3rd, I hope they do a better job. In the end, the most interesting software for S60 3rd is NOT certified by Nokia.

    Btw: just in case I overlooked it, how does Lockbox encrypt entered data (method, cypher key length, etc.?). Thanks.

    Like I said before, I would pay for TWO programs for the iPhone: a program like Lockbox and a banking software. For these purposes, I would never use freeware or programs from an unknown source. Too risky...


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    997TT, I'm sure you realize as long as there's no official native SDK, companies won't be making native apps. Of course I say that and there's Navizon out there. Have you looked at 1password.com? Obviously it's a web-based app, but I guess they have a iPhone beta out, and they claim it's usable offline - I wonder how they do that. (Well, I haven't looked at the web SDK at all.) I think they are a good compliment to Lockbox - company-backed web-based with more features but you have to pay, vs the native, open source simplier app with less features (more coming!)

    Lockbox uses AES 128 currently.

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    For those of you wanting to set Lockbox's password authentication background to your background, I put up a little wiki page on how to do that. It uses a symbolic link too, so if you change the background, it changes in sync. Uninstall won't hurt it, either. I hope to do this automatically via install scripts soon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phylar View Post
    Lockbox uses AES 128 currently.

    Thanks for the info.

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    Will you ever think of making it for say sms, or photos! That would be one crazy application!

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    I was hoping to get a new release out to you by now - it's been longer than I have expected, but this next release is almost done. I put up a few screenshots here at the homepage for you to see. Here's what I plan to put in it:

    - Tagging (done)
    - Options view (done)
    - Change Password (working on)
    - Lock app on device lock & idle timeout (next)
    - Scroll bug fixed (issue #3)
    - Hide passwords and secret info in list view (to do)

    Quote Originally Posted by Dell View Post
    Will you ever think of making it for say sms, or photos! That would be one crazy application!
    That is a whole different ball game, as you're talking about an app that interjects additional behavior into an existing app. There's alot of investigation to go into that. No, I haven't really thought about it.
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