MSMutableProtectedData and its super-class MSProtectedData provide protected file data objects, object-oriented wrappers for files that are protected using the Microsoft Protected File format. Use MSProtectedData to read (and transparently decrypt) protected files in consumption scenarios and MSMutableProtectedData to write (and transparently encrypt) data to protected files in publishing scenarios.
@interface MSMutableProtectedData : MSProtectedData
||Asynchronously creates and returns an empty MSMutableProtectedData object that can be used to write and protect data to the specified file.
||Protects the receiver's data and creates a new MSMutableProtectedData object with the protected data and its metadata.
||Appends the specified number of plaintext bytes from a given buffer to the receiver.
||Appends the content of another plaintext object to the receiver.
||Replaces the entire protected contents of the receiver with the contents of another data object.
||Writes and finalizes the protection of any remaining data, smaller than the block size, that is left over from preceding append and update calls.
||Causes all in-memory data and attributes of the file represented by the receiver to be written to persistent storage.
|Minimum supported OS versions
||iOS 7.0 and OS X 10.8
The methods of the MSMutableProtectedData class that write data transparently encrypt the plaintext data.
MSProtectedData and MSMutableProtectedData are used to read and write files that are protected with the Microsoft Protected File format. To read and write data for files that are protected with a custom protected file format, use MSCustomProtectedData and MSMutableCustomProtectedData.
Members of this class are not guaranteed to be thread safe.