The SecureDB API allows developers to encrypt and store user profiles, custom data, and files. SecureDB is a service that is designed to provide encryption for web, mobile, and IoT applications. It provides two-factor authentication, enterprise-grade key management, secure backups, high availability, and security analytics. Both free and paid versions of the service are available.
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If your app uses OAuth as a means of authentication, you are likely storing users' OAuth tokens in a database. To maintain the secrecy of these tokens, you can use encryption both in transit and at rest. This article shows how SecureDB can encrypt OAuth tokens in a matter of minutes.