Intel Security

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The App Security API enables the use of security properties and capabilities on the platform, using a new set of API defined for application developers. You are not required to be a security expert to make good use of the API. Key elements, such as encryption of data and establishments of capabilities, is abstracted and done by the API implementation, for you.

For example:

  • Use the API to store (E.g. cache) data locally, using the device non-volatile storage. Data protection/encryption will be done for you by the API implementation
  • Establish a connection with remote server (E.g. XHR) using a protected channel. SSL/TLS establishment and usage will be done for you by the API implementation

For more information please visit the API documentation.

https://github.com/AppSecurityApi/com-intel-security-cordova-plugin

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Installation

Community Enterprise
ionic cordova plugin add com-intel-security-cordova-plugin npm install @ionic-native/intel-security
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ionic enterprise register --key=YOURPRODUCTKEY npm install @ionic-enterprise/intel-security

Supported Platforms

  • Android
  • iOS
  • Windows
  • Windows Phone 8

Usage

import { IntelSecurity } from '@ionic-native/intel-security/ngx';
...
constructor(private intelSecurity: IntelSecurity) { }
...

let storageID = 'id';

this.intelSecurity.data.createFromData({ data: 'Sample Data' })
  .then((instanceID: Number) => this.intelSecurity.storage.write({ id: storageId, instanceID: instanceID }))
  .catch((error: any) => console.log(error));

this.intelSecurity.storage.read({id: storageID })
  .then((instanceID: number) => this.intelSecurity.data.getData(instanceID))
  .then((data: string) => console.log(data)) // Resolves to 'Sample Data'
  .catch((error: any) => console.log(error));

this.intelSecurity.storage.delete({ id: storageID })
  .then(() => console.log('Deleted Successfully'))
  .catch((error: any) => console.log(error));