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From Martin Moss <martin_m...@btopenworld.com>
Subject Re: Crypt::CBC
Date Mon, 10 Apr 2006 15:11:42 GMT
Genius:-)  I think for the time being this is the best
way to go...  At least I'm up and running.. But I
presume this is going to bite me in the bum at a later
date...

--- Ian Joyce <ian.joyce@gmail.com> wrote:

> You can always use version 2.12.
> 
> http://search.cpan.org/~lds/Crypt-CBC-2.12/
> 
> --Ian
> 
> 
> On 4/10/06, Martin Moss
> <martin_moss@btopenworld.com> wrote:
> > All,
> >
> > I had some code which ran the old version of
> > Crypt::CBC (2.12).
> >
> > Using these headers to create the object:-
> >
> > my $cipher = new
> > Crypt::CBC($ENCRYPTION_KEY,'Blowfish');
> >
> > I've now built a new machine. Copied the database
> > values (encrpypted using the above) onto the new
> > machine DB using mysqldump etc..
> >
> > However I've found a problem in that the new
> machine
> > is built with Crypt::CBC version 2.17..
> >
> > The above code does not work anymore as I now get
> the
> > following error...:-
> >
> > Ciphertext does not begin with a valid header for
> > 'salt' header mode at /usr/local/lib/perl/.....
> >
> > I tried doing this:-
> >
> > my $cipher = new Crypt::CBC(
> >             -key => $ENCRYPTION_KEY,
> >             -cipher => 'Crypt::Blowfish',
> >             -insecure_legacy_decrypt =>1
> >             -header =>'randomiv'
> >             -salt =>'1'
> >                         );
> >
> > But I still get the error...
> >
> > Any ideas what on earth I'm supposed to do to be
> able
> > to use my old information?
> >
> > Marty
> >
> >
> >
> >
>
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