Is there a behavioral equivalent to the AES256TextEncryptor Class of the Jasypt-Library in CryptoJS?
As a newbie to Cryptography, I’m trying to reproduce the same default behavior of the AES256TextEncryptor Class of the jasypt-library with the CrpytoJS library. This is my Java method, that basically takes in two arguments – the message that I want to encrypt as well as my secret paraphrase: When encrypting the messageToBeEncrypted with this code, the resulting encrypted message
I need to create a RSA-SHA1 signature in nodeJS, I am using the following code I’m double checked that my code result is true, I have same result with online tools if I select sha1WithRSA algorithm and I also get same result in PHP when I use openssl_sign function I need to sign data for a bank API, Unfortunately they
Unable to verify RSA-PSS signature in Node.js
Why I can’t use RSASSA-PKCS1-v1_5 to encrypt/decrypt?
First of all, I’m completely new to cryptography and I just have basic knowledge about some encryption algorithms and how they work such as RSA, DES and so on. I want to use SubtleCrypto in JS to do some stuff including signing, verifying, encrypting, decrypting using RSA. I’m just unable to produce a key pair for doing all of them;
Use window.crypto in nodejs code
I am trying to use the window.crypto.getRandomValues method in a nodejs script. From my understanding there is no window element when I run a simple code like this in node: Which is why I get this error: How can I use this method in my code? Thanks Answer You can use the built-in crypto module instead. It provides both a