Hello folks, I am using .net API and response of API is in encrypted form. Please let me know how should I proceed to do decryption. Thanks! in advance. Best Regards Fahim Babar Patel
on 2014-02-03 07:24
on 2014-02-03 12:03
If you have decryption keys then write an helper function using bcrypt-ruby lib's general crypto algorithms. Also don't store keys in source code but in environment. Best Arun
on 2014-02-03 13:21
On Monday, February 3, 2014 6:23:24 AM UTC, Fahim Patel wrote: > > Hello folks, > > I am using .net API and response of API is in encrypted form. Please let > me know how should I proceed to do decryption. > > Well the specifics will depend on how the response was encrypted, but ruby's openssl library contains most of the raw crypto stuff you're likely to need. There are also some higher level libraries that are supposed to be easier to work with (eg ezcrypto) although I'm not very familiar with these. Fred
on 2014-02-03 16:09
Thanks all for reply. API team is not going to provide any information but they said following things will resolve our issue:- 1. Create an encryption DLL and add it to the SoapExtension section 2. Tell clients to purchase SSL certificate otherwise the data that is being transferred will be ‘in the clear’ 3. Create your own SSL certificate and install on client’s computer SSL certificate sound good. I am using "savon 2".