Re: Why are there differences in the same algorithm?
Date: 20 Jul 2005 05:17:31 -0700
Paul Rubin wrote:
> Regis <email@example.com> writes:
> > identical in both cases? If my passphrase is "test", and my plaintext...
> > In both test cases, AES was used as the algorithm with 128-bit key
> "test" is not a 128-bit string. Therefore it must have been converted
> into one somehow before it could be used as an AES key. Perhaps the
> two libraries did the conversion in two different ways.
Moreso the data after "test" in memory [the remaining 11 bytes since
"test" is five bytes in C] could be different.
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