April 18, 2005
I just posted a new article on CodeProject, .NET Encryption Simplified. In my spare time over the last 6 months, I've delved deeper and deeper into the System.Security.Cryptography classes. And you know what I learned? Cryptography is hard.
Anyway, I now have a heavily documented wrapper class that I feel pretty good about. And a much deeper understanding of the key concepts behind symmetric encryption, asymmetric encryption, and the theory of hashing.
Posted by Jeff Atwood
Hex is a two-way property, eg:
Dim d as New Encryption.Data
d.Hex = "DEADBEEF"
p.s. Nice use of Michael Bolton, lol
for example we encrypt as hex string.
Dim encryptedData3 As Encryption.Data
Dim asym As New Encryption.Asymmetric()
Dim secret As String = "Michael Bolton"
encryptedData3 = asym.Encrypt(New Encryption.Data(secret))
sEncHexTxt = encryptedData3.Hex
There is no problem.
How can we decrypt this hex (sEncHexTxt) string...?
I can not able to convert it to encryption.data type.
Really it eases my pain...
I Save encryption(String) With Key In DataBase.
How can we decrypt this string...?
Well i have a new theory for encryption first i thought to use my theory for compression and decompression but not worked but strangely i found it perfect for encryption like mapping file and data
The code for the encryption class is no longer avaialble on CodeProject.
Is there somewhere else that it can be found?
Regards .... MarkJ