In this session I would like to present some of the latest developments in Protected Content, a Drupal module that is a wrapper for OpenPGPjs.
Protected Content allows RSA keys generation according to a zero knowledge proof schema. In other words, the private key is never shared anywhere and ideally remains only in the brain of its author. And yet, its symmetrically encrypted version can be retrieved over the web at any common web browser, no installation of plugins required.
Protected Content also allows the update of encrypted content, by re-encrypting it to a different set of recipients and integration to views and forms.
The most recent developments for the module brings something new: the possibility of spiting the cipher text storage in smaller blocks, what makes it ideal for complying to vendor specific restrictions across a variety of possible cloud storage providers.
Be my guest at this conversation and feel free to drop at it your own ideas!