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Questions tagged [aes]

AES (advanced encryption standard) is an encryption algorithm which is used by organizations like U.S. Department of Defense and standardized by the NIST (National Institute of Standards and Time).

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What is the default encryption key-size for dm-crypt / cryptsetup in LUKS mode?

I'm using cryptsetup 2.1.0, for which the default encryption options are (as reported by cryptsetup --help): Default compiled-in device cipher parameters: LUKS: aes-xts-plain64, Key: 256 bits, ...
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How to enable hardware encryption on a 1TB Intel SSD 660p?

How to enable hardware encryption of my 1TB Intel SSD 660p 1TB? I can't find any useful information on the internet. I hope that the encryption function can be used for theft prevention. My ...
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What's the best option for encrypting a file with openssl and a password?

I'm using a command to encrypt and decrypt files based on a password: openssl aes-256-cbc -a -salt -in secrets.txt -out secrets.txt.enc --pass pass:mypassword and openssl aes-256-cbc -d -a -in ...
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Does 7zip for Linux support AES-NI?

I am looking to encrypt a set of fairly large files using well supported, ideally cross-platform software. I understand that 7zip uses 256 bit AES encryption. Does anyone know if standard Linux ...
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How to encrypt txt files with AES256 via Windows 7z command line?

I have 7z on windows , and I want to encrypt 1 txt file with AES256 via 7z command line. How can I do it please?
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How can I extract and decrypt a file which is embedded inside a PDF file in Linux? [closed]

How can I extract and decrypt a file which is embedded inside a PDF file in Linux? I can do it with the Adobe Acrobat Reader, but this solution does not work with Linux. The attached image shows ...
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How can I encrypt / decrypt AES-256 CBC with OpenSSL?

I just installed Linux (Ubuntu) for the first time and downloaded package OpenSSL as well. Opened command line as well and tried some commands but none of them worked. So what I have is initial ...
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Is it safe to store the encrypted private key of a RSA pair on the same machine as the encrypted data?

I was not sure how to google this. I want to set up a storage server where I encrypt everything that is sent to it, from anywhere. The files sent to it would automatically get encrypted by the public ...
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Few initial character are missing while AES decryption using openssl

I have done the encryption for the file through code using IVStatic = true and keysize = 256. Now I am trying to decrypt the file using openssl commands. I extracted IV from the IV from the file. ...
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Unable to decrypt AES with OpenSSL

I am working on a ctf game: Encrypted with AES in ECB mode. All values base64 encoded ciphertext = 8LBUVZfDfI6wnggG1uUYuQsRoGd08pGwHCN++R5rabMW9PJmWHWcSrjy5Tfffj6L key = 3q1FxGhuZ5fQYbjzDxgQ35== I ...
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How to get Outlook 2013 to encrypt using AES and not 3DES

In my company we are exchanging emails with a government authority once a month and they require us to encrypt those emails with encryption algorithm AES-128, AES-192 or AES-256. For the purpose we ...
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HMAC GCM failure

I am trying to configure for IPSEC GCM- this is the error I keep getting: Error(s): 'encryption-algorithm aes-256-gcm' 1) HMAC Authentication is not compatible with AES-GCM 2) commit failed: (...
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OpenSSL gives “iv undefined” for AES-256-ECB

Can anyone spot why this command gives "iv undefined"? >openssl.exe enc -d -aes-256-ecb -K 8000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000001 -in ex3.8_C.bin -out plaintext.bin -...
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OpenSSL Pads Keys in AES encryption?

I posted this on Stack Overflow but someone told me I should post it here instead. I'm trying to use aes-128-cbc encryption with openssl, and I would expect that the key needs to be 32 digits. ...
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Script for using AesCrypt on a lot of files

I'm just learning bash and I'm about to renew my backup security standards at home, just in case something happens. I have two external HDDs for Backup. I want to encrypt the files first on my laptop ...

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