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It would be *really* nice for developers of enterprise mobile applications if it was possible to specify a password and have the SQLite database encrypted. I have read about standard ANSI-C wrappers around the SQLite engine that encrypt and decrypt at the page-level, I believe. It might not be too much effort and a *great* value if Mono for Android and MonoTouch had this functionality built in. (I may be wrong, but I feel that the enterprise will end up being one of the major users for Mono for Android and MonoTouch)
I'm interested in this feature too.
We now offer encrypted SQLite support in the Xamarin component store