Re: Request for feedback: DOMCrypt API proposal


Some of my colleagues have also asked about this API handling the functionality of <keygen>. This is possible. 

The DOM will not be encrypted, the name is derived from the API being hosted in the window object, I have no plans to encrypt the entire DOM.

I will be adding the symmetric API to my implementation as soon as possible - it is basically written already, I just need to add the API front end.



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Sent: Thursday, June 2, 2011 10:10:27 AM
Subject: Re: Request for feedback: DOMCrypt API proposal

Hello David, This is a great suggestion and something that definitely 
should be pushed to the spotlights. 

A have a question abt the ways you are creating the public key, do you 
believe it's possible to integrate the API with some back-to-life element 
from HTML5, such as the <keygen> tag?

Do you believe that encryption may create problems related to reflows? 
Since the DOM will be crypted, when the reflow will happen? Prior the 
crypto or after that?

And more, the symmetric encryption is something that should be considered 
for further implementations.

Best regards;

Alysson Franklin Martins Moreira
Front-End Engineer - IBM CIOLab

Received on Thursday, 2 June 2011 16:33:42 UTC