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AES SecretKeyFactory not available - error with secretKey file

 
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Hi guys,

I have the following code for generating and reading a secretKey file which I use for encode/decode.

Just wondering if anyone could shed any light onto why I get the



Error when running my encryption/decryption code.

below is the code for generating the key and reading the key and encryption/decryption...



Encryption


Decryption


Cheers in advance

KS
 
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It seems that the AES secret key factory is missing in 1.7 (a known bug ). Since SecretKeySpec extends SecretKey this is easy to get round
 
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Fantastic, cool & cheers all rolled into one!
 
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Kevin P Smith wrote:Fantastic, cool & cheers all rolled into one!


Of course you do realize that your Cipher construction defaults to using ECB block mode which is generally considered insecure since it allows splicing of ciphertext to produce valid forged cleartext. You should really use one of the feedback block modes such as CBC.
 
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