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Blowfish Encryption Using Jakarta Commons Codec 1.2

 
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Dear Folks,
I have prepared the following encryption/decryption methods using Jakarta commons codec 1.2. It works fine. But the problem is I was trying to insert a key of mine to that you'll find in comment#2.

* 2. We 'should' supply a string as a key for encryption/decryption - this is our "this.strKey". I didn't find any place to use it yet.

Please help me directing how and where I can pass a string key to generate the key for codec or whether its not possible at all.

Waiting for your response. :roll:
 
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