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The core SQLite library found on this website is in the public domain. But there also exist proprietary, licensed extensions to SQLite.
The SQLite Encryption Extension (SEE) will read and write database files encrypted using 128-bit or 256-bit AES.
The SQLite Compressed and Encrypted Read-Only Database (CEROD) extension will read a database file that is both compressed and encrypted.
The ZIPVFS extension will both read and write database files that are both compressed and optionally encrypted using application-supplied compression and encryption routines.