Thank you ross!

I got it. 

By the way, in the function sm_encrypt at
"evolution-data-server/camel/camel-smime-context.c", I saw so many
function like NSS_SMIMEUtil_FindBulkAlgForRecipients and so on. These
functions seems no source code, and I can not understand what algorithms
are used in the S/MIME. 

I do not know what algorithms are used for symmetric encryption and
asymmetric encryption, and the specific signature algorithms? And
whether the algorithms are implemented in the evolution, or they just
call the external packages?


Can you do me a favor? I would be very appreciate for your help.

Shuai Liu
On Wed, 2008-03-19 at 08:38 +0000, Ross Burton wrote:
> On Wed, 2008-03-19 at 11:39 +0800, liu shuai wrote:
> > Every experts in evolution. I am very glad to be here to study some
> > useful encryption in evolution-data-server.
> > 
> > Can you guide me the AES in libdb, or just share your knowledge of
> AES
> > in evolution, or about the function of libdb? I am a new comer in
> > evolution.
> 
> There is no encryption of data in Evolution Data Server.  If the data
> in
> the libdb database was encrypted, it could still be captured whilst
> being transferred to the client application.  With the DBus port this
> is
> as trivial as running dbus-monitor, its trickier with the current
> ORBit
> implementation but I suspect not that hard.
> 
> Ross

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