I did chage 16 with 32 in MakeKey, The result is still different when i compare with the one on c#.
Zip i get stucked with this error no matching function for call to char* ) plz help I'm getting the same error, using Centos.3 Include 'stdexcept' in crijndael.
Does anyone know if it's supposed to work.The algorithm was designed by two Belgian cryptologists, Vincent Rijmen and Joan Daemen, whose surnames are reflected in the cipher's name.If I encrypt and decrypt on Linux, it works fine.I hope we can agree at least though that deterministic encryption is a Really Bad Thing.Hey, i just got almost same issues as you.Niels Ferguson, Bruce Schneier Practical Cryptography 2003.
It fails when you have too many symbols!
Dag Arne Osvik; Adi Shamir and Eran Tromer Cache Attacks and Countermeasures: the Case of AES / Topics in Cryptology CT-RSA 2006, The Cryptographers Track at the RSA Conference. .
I guessed this is a different 'optimized' AES code.
It is not considered secure despite any key size.To answer your question: yes, your system is really easy to break.These are my commads that I thought should work.HI, I am working with a 32 byte key.I have found the code to work rather nicely for char strings but have not figure out how to use it on wide char strings.This function has to be called after construction before any other functions.The more detailed answer: While you started out using the proper set of cryptographic primitives (AES-256 in CBC mode, pbkdf2, etc these primitives only work if used correctly, and it sounds like you've used them so poorly as to make them meaningless.Cheers Johann can someone please tell me how and why are the following arrays are used in the rijndael code?Here is the class I use in java 1999 honda accord lx manual public class DesEncrypter Cipher ecipher; Cipher dcipher; String passPhrase " SecretKeySpec key; DesEncrypter throws Exception try Class providerClass null; try providerClass nJCE catch (ClassNotFoundException cnfe) providerClass ovider.