Utilities

Encrypt

desc Encryption using AES
date 2019-12-04
version 0.9.35
jar slatekit.common.jar
namespace slatekit.common.encrypt
artifact com.slatekit:slatekit-common
source folder src/lib/kotlin/slatekit-common/src/main/kotlin/slatekit/common/encrypt
example src/lib/kotlin/slate-examples/src/main/kotlin/slatekit/examples/Example_Encryptor.kt
depends on slatekit-results


Gradle

    // other setup ...
    repositories {
        maven { url  "https://dl.bintray.com/codehelixinc/slatekit" }
    }

    dependencies {
        // other libraries

        // slatekit-common: Utilities for Android or Server
        compile 'com.slatekit:slatekit-common:0.9.35'
    }


Import

// required 
import slatekit.common.encrypt.Encryptor
import slatekit.common.utils.B64Java8


// optional 
import slatekit.cmds.Command
import slatekit.cmds.CommandRequest
import slatekit.results.Try
import slatekit.results.Success


Setup

  // SETUP 1: Create your singleton encryptor that can encrypt/decrypt using your custom key/secret.
  // and use it as a singleton.
  object TestEncryptor : Encryptor("wejklhviuxywehjk", "3214maslkdf03292", B64Java8)


  // SETUP 2: Create an instance encryptor
  val encryptor = Encryptor("wejklhviuxywehjk", "3214maslkdf03292", B64Java8)

  


Usage

    // CASE 1: Encrypt using AES ( text is base64 encoded without newlines )
    val input = "basMoAKSKDFJrd789"
    val encrypted = TestEncryptor.encrypt(input)
    println(encrypted)


    // CASE 2: Decrypt using AES
    val decrypted = TestEncryptor.decrypt(encrypted)
    println(decrypted)


    // CASE 3: Ensure decrypted matches original
    println(input == decrypted)


    // CASE 4: Use the EncryptSupportIn trait to have built in encrypt/decrypt methods
    // NOTE: You just have to have an _enc member field
    println( encryptor.encrypt(input))
    println( encryptor.decrypt(encrypted) )