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AES encryption algorithm

Nitin D Gaur

Joined: Jul 04, 2008
Posts: 10
Hi all,

Have been trying to get AES encryption and decryption algorithm, in which I can pass the security password as encryption key.

It can be done using

but the thing in here I can not pass my pwn password as encryption key, instead it uses key generated by keygenerator.

Can any body help to give any AES encryption and decryption algorithm, in which a key can be passed.

Ulf Dittmer

Joined: Mar 22, 2005
Posts: 42959
If you don't want a generated key, then don't use the KeyGenerator class :-)

Construct a SecretKeySpec instead, and pass that to the Cipher.init method. If the byte[] is of length 16 you'll get AES-128, if its's of length 32 then AES-256 will be used (assuming your JCE provider supports that).
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