How do we handle problem users? It’s just that this isn’t new work. I’m using the following Python script, based on this question: Jaciq Jaciq 2 2 bronze badges. To get the same result with openssl en , tell it that you’re supplying a key, with the -K option.
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Generally speaking, the openssl command line is more of a demonstration tool than a tool for serious usage. I’m guessing because pyDes is expecting a string instead of an array filled with ints.
I’m betting on the latter. Don’t expect things to be secure unless you have a very precise of what you’re doing.
The actual C API produces the expected results. A password is not a key: Jaciq Jaciq 2 2 bronze badges. I’m using the following OpenSSL command des-ede3 chosen based on this:.
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It’s a programming question, true, but it’s about a cryptographic aspect as opposed to being a debugging question where cryptography is incidental.
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It’s just that this isn’t new work. After installing python 3 and setting my key and IV to the bytes type, encryption works. It only takes a minute to sign up. This is just a test. Can anyone offer any insights into why OpenSSL produces a different result?
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This code works fine for me. It is decrypting pjdes my python script as: Active 10 months ago. Giovanni S Giovanni S 7 7 silver badges 23 23 bronze badges.
OK, have they agreed on what year, decade or century the 3DES usage will be sunsetted? Active 1 year, 7 months ago. To get the same result with openssl entell it that you’re supplying a key, with the -K option.
Maybe I should try another cryptography package.
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PS use hexdump instead, that crappy hex output has little endian encoding. It seems that CBC pydds be pyDes. The encrypted data in my c program is: I’m pyeds the following Python script, based on this question:. My question is, how can I use the same Byte Array in Python? The users who voted to close gave this specific reason: Post as a guest Name. With the OpenSSL command line, you’re supplying a password or passphrase, the two words are synonyms.
When trying to get a KCV value, I’m using a file consisting of 8 bytes each with value 0. Email Required, but never shown.