Storing credentials

by Glenn » Thu, 05 Mar 2009 18:05:40 GMT

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What's the best way of securely storing user credentials in android?



Storing credentials

by MrSnowflake » Sat, 07 Mar 2009 23:01:48 GMT

 I think preferences (with the private option) are safe enough, as for
one, the phone is probably only used by one person, and second, no
other application can read from private files of an app. Though if
some one has root access to it's phone, some one could use that to
read the private data. But normally this shouldn't happen and if this
happens, well, though luck :).


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