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Hi!I want to build a cryptographic software for mobile phone that can send encrypted messages and can decode received messages.I want the software to implement most of the common ciphers RSA,Hill ,Vernam cipher etc.Later i want to develop algorithms for AES,Triple DES as well.I want to us e this as my final year project.Is it feasible?
Secondly is knowledge of JME a must to build this software ,or is there an alternative using core java & swing..please throw light...
 
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Look at the the BouncyCastle library. Also look here: http://www.javaworld.com/javaworld/jw-12-2002/jw-1220-wireless.html
 
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Originally posted by Ed Stevens:
Is it feasible?


I think yes. I would use the mentioned BouncyCastle library for encryption or you can develop your own :-) You have to deal with some other APIs as well (for sending the SMS).

Originally posted by Ed Stevens:
Secondly is knowledge of JME a must to build this software ,or is there an alternative using core java & swing..


Yes, if you want the app for most of mobile phones, you HAVE to use JME. The other alternative is to develop an application for Symbian phones only (no java).
 
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