SQLCipher for Visual Studio
The base source code is copied from SQLite3 (amalgamation form). The security enhancements provided by SQLCipher are copied directly from its source code. This is trivial since SQLCipher's modifications to SQLite's source are denoted by code enclosed in
/* BEGIN SQLCIPHER */ ... /* END SQLCIPHER */
sqlcipher-windows adds a few minor code modifications to allow SQLCipher's code to build with the SQLite amalgamation source distribution.
This project was mostly informed by the generous video by Mike Stephenson which can be found here.
openssl\ x86\ lib\ libeay32.lib libeay32-debug.lib openssl\ [openssl headers] x86-64\ lib\ libeay64.lib libeay64-debug.lib openssl\ [openssl headers]
Place the path to your
openssl folder in a Windows environment variable
OpenSslDir. For example, if
C:\Libraries\openssl-1.0.1e is the path
to your OpenSSL library folder, then
OpenSslDir must be
sqlcipher-windows is a combination of
and has been successfully built with the following versions of OpenSSL: