[openssl-users] Encryption length, OpenSSL_add_all_algorithm, and OpenSSL_add_all_ciphers questions
michel.sales at free.fr
Fri Mar 27 17:39:29 UTC 2015
It's me again,
If you have to store binary data without a way to get the correct length
later, you should instead endode it in a 'textual' form before storage :
base64 or hexa.
Is it what you were asking for ?
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Objet : Re: [openssl-users] Encryption length, OpenSSL_add_all_algorithm,
and OpenSSL_add_all_ciphers questions
Hi again Phil,
May be I read your mail too quickly.
so we don't have the correct encrypted length value to pass to
the decryption routine.
How is it possible ?
If you stored the encrypted data, you should at least know the size of what
is in the file or the database column, don't you ?
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