Re: Encryption newbie - Same length encrypted result
Date: 21 Oct 2005 16:03:09 -0700
How safe is saving this anyway? I plan to have a server side DLL that
encrypts/decrypts the CC data. This will have a secret key hardcode.
The resulting database values will be encrypted and somewhat safe, but
if someone gets the DLL, they can easily decrypt the data. Right? I
can probably safe guard the DLL to only have it work on a certain
server, but then someone could always reverse engineer the DLL and get
to the secret key that way.
Am I missing something here?
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