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Facebook has released Conceal, a set of Java APIs for fast encryption and data authentication. Conceal was developed to encrypt large data files (e.g., SD cards) on Android. With the release, Facebook targets older Android devices with less memory and slower processors. Facebook currently deploys Conceal to help protect users' private data and is now launching its functionality to the developer community.
Fifteen APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Finance, Animals, Games and Security. Highlights today include an API for determining the cost of an education and ab API that helps online merchants to deter fraud. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
Veronis launches DatAnywhere API to make files securely searchable within a business. The Federal Social Media Registry API verifies government accounts, now used by Facebook. Plus: Cloud APIs and Programmatic Interfaces, and Adobe releases a Gamepad API.