Encryption and Decryption of Messages on Android using NFC Tags
Keywords:Near Field Communication, Encryption, Android Mobile Devices, Software Security
AbstractWorking with NFC technology and mobile devices brings a faster and more secure way of doing things like giving out contact information, automating certain tasks or transmitting data, as easy as touching the two. What this article focuses on is the use of NFC tags on the Android platform to store random generated keys and automate the encryption and decryption of messages.
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Dragan, A. (2015). Encryption and Decryption of Messages on Android using NFC Tags. Journal of Mobile, Embedded and Distributed Systems, 7(3), 130-135. Retrieved from http://jmeds.eu/index.php/jmeds/article/view/Encryption_and_Decryption_of_Messages_on_Android_using_NFC
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