|Re: restricting access to XMI from EMFStore client. [message #1735176 is a reply to message #1735076]
||Thu, 16 June 2016 06:08
| Jonas Helming
Registered: July 2009
I am not a fan of "half secure" solutions, but encrypting the files
would at least make it a little harder to get the data.
However, I wonder, how you want to encrypt something locally, without
storing the secret key somewhere locally, so it is more an obfuscation
On 15.06.2016 13:09, Neil Mackenzie wrote:
> Thanks Jonas.
> Maybe I could create a custom client. This client would encrypt the text
> files it stores in .emfstore, and then decrypt them when it loads them
> again. Do you think this would work? Maybe it is not so simple if there
> is code that uses classes which requires the actual files.
> If someone goes to the effort of writing a new plugin then they can have
> the XMI files :)...I guess there are ways to prevent this also (like a
> custom client and server which add some small step to the connection
> process, so that only the custom client can connect to the server). Note
> that in my case the server would be on a different machine that the
> client users dont have access to.
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