Added on: 17-03-2017
Last update: 17-03-2017
Notes are encrypted using the AES Crypto library by Tozny LLC. Key generation, encryption, and decryption are using 128-bit AES, CBC, PKCS5 padding, and a random 16-byte IV with SHA1PRNG.
To use NoteBuddy, one must setup a simple user account (username and numerical password) in order to login. Moreover, one may create a secret question in order to gain access when the password is lost. All settings are stored encrypted in Android's Shared Preferences for now. The idea is to work with a SQlite database on the long term.