GSKeychain 1.0.0

GSKeychain 1.0.0

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LangLanguage Obj-CObjective C
License CC
ReleasedLast Release Dec 2014

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GSKeychain – a simple Objective-C wrapper around the iOS keychain

This project provides a simple, NSUserDefaults-style interface over the iOS keychain.

This is currently work in progress.

Sample usage

// Store a secret
[[GSKeychain systemKeychain] setSecret:@"t0ps3kr1t" forKey:@"myAccessToken"];

// Fetch a secret
NSString *secret = [[GSKeychain systemKeychain] secretForKey:@"myAccessToken"];

// Delete a secret
[[GSKeychain systemKeychain] removeSecretForKey:@"myAccessToken"];

// Delete all secrets
[[GSKeychain systemKeychain] removeAllSecrets];

Adding to your project

Drag and drop

  1. Drag GSKeychain.h and GSKeychain.m into your project
  2. Add Security.framework to Link Binary With Libraries in your target settings in Xcode
  3. import "GSKeychain.h" where appropriate

GSKeychain uses ARC. If your project doesn't use ARC you could enable it for these files, or use GSArchive as a static library instead.

As a static library

  1. Download the project and build it
  2. Drag libGSKeychain.a and GSKeychain.h into your project
  3. Add Security.framework to Link Binary With Libraries in your target settings in Xcode
  4. import "GSKeychain.h" where appropriate

Credits

Work inspired by reading Peeking Inside App Bundles by Nick Arnott.

License

Creative Commons License

This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License.

You're free to use this code in any project, including commercial. Please include the following text somewhere suitable, e.g. your app's About screen:

Uses GSKeychain by Simon Whitaker