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PBKDF2 for J2ME

 
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Hi!

I'm implementing a small application with J2ME. There is a need to encrypt data in that application and encryption is based on key that is generated from password. For that key generation I would like to use PBKDF2 algorithm.

Matthias Gļæ½rtner has implemented PBKDF2 for Java SE, but I couldn't find any implementation for J2ME. Here is implementation for Java SE:

http://www.rtner.de/software/PBKDF2.html

Does somebody know J2ME implementation for PBKDF2? It would help me a lot. Of course other option is porting this Java SE implementation to J2ME.

Br
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