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  • slowAES encryption and java descryption

    - by amnon
    Hi , I've tried to implement the same steps as discussed in AES .NET but with no success , i can't seem to get java and slowAes to play toghter ... attached is my code i'm sorry i can't add more this is my first time trying to deal with encryption would appreciate any help private static final String ALGORITHM = "AES"; private static final byte[] keyValue = getKeyBytes("12345678901234567890123456789012"); private static final byte[] INIT_VECTOR = new byte[16]; private static IvParameterSpec ivSpec = new IvParameterSpec(INIT_VECTOR); public static void main(String[] args) throws Exception { String encoded = encrypt("watson?"); System.out.println(encoded); } private static Key generateKey() throws Exception { Key key = new SecretKeySpec(keyValue, ALGORITHM); // SecretKeyFactory keyFactory = SecretKeyFactory.getInstance(ALGORITHM); // key = keyFactory.generateSecret(new DESKeySpec(keyValue)); return key; } private static byte[] getKeyBytes(String key) { byte[] hash = DigestUtils.sha(key); byte[] saltedHash = new byte[16]; System.arraycopy(hash, 0, saltedHash, 0, 16); return saltedHash; } public static String encrypt(String valueToEnc) throws Exception { Key key = generateKey(); Cipher c = Cipher.getInstance("AES/CBC/PKCS5Padding"); c.init(Cipher.ENCRYPT_MODE, key,ivSpec); byte[] encValue = c.doFinal(valueToEnc.getBytes()); String encryptedValue = new BASE64Encoder().encode(encValue); return encryptedValue; } public static String decrypt(String encryptedValue) throws Exception { Key key = generateKey(); Cipher c = Cipher.getInstance(ALGORITHM); c.init(Cipher.DECRYPT_MODE, key); byte[] decordedValue = new BASE64Decoder().decodeBuffer(encryptedValue); byte[] decValue = c.doFinal(decordedValue); String decryptedValue = new String(decValue); return decryptedValue; } the bytes returned are different thanks in advance .

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  • Iphone does not recognize reneweed ad hoc provising profile

    - by Amnon Dekel
    I installed a new version of an app we are developing, and also a new ad hoc provisioning profile (the old one had expired). I removed the app and profile from the phone and from itunes. Added the new profile and app to itunes and synched. All seemed well- the new profile was on the phone and the new app too. But when trying to launch the app, I get an alert: "the application cannot be opened because the provisioning profile has expired". I removed and reinstalled. I rebooted the phone. Nothing helped. Any ideas? Thanks

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  • Putting all methods in class definition

    - by Amnon
    When I use the pimpl idiom, is it a good idea to put all the methods definitions inside the class definition? For example: // in A.h class A { class impl; boost::scoped_ptr<impl> pimpl; public: A(); int foo(); } // in A.cpp class A::impl { // method defined in class int foo() { return 42; } // as opposed to only declaring the method, and defining elsewhere: float bar(); }; A::A() : pimpl(new impl) { } int A::foo() { return pimpl->foo(); } As far as I know, the only problems with putting a method definition inside a class definition is that (1) the implementation is visible in files that include the class definition, and (2) the compiler may make the method inline. These are not problems in this case since the class is defined in a private file, and inlining has no effect since the methods are called in only one place. The advantage of putting the definition inside the class is that you don't have to repeat the method signature. So, is this OK? Are there any other issues to be aware of?

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  • NSString , EXC_BAD_ACCESS and stringByAppendingString

    - by amnon
    Hi, i wrote the following code : NSString *table = [[NSString alloc]initWithString:@"<table>"] ; for (NSDictionary *row in rows) { table = [table stringByAppendingString:@"<tr>"]; NSArray *cells = [row objectForKey:@"cells"]; for (NSString *cell in cells){ table = [table stringByAppendingString:@"<td>"]; table = [table stringByAppendingString:cell]; table = [table stringByAppendingString:@"</td>"]; } table = [table stringByAppendingString:@"</tr>"]; index++; } table = [table stringByAppendingString:@"</table>"]; return [table autorelease]; the rows are json response parsed by jsonlib this string is returned to a viewcontroller that loads it into a webview ,but i keep getting exc_bad_access for this code on completion of the method that calls it , i don't even have to load it to the webview just calling this method and not using the nsstring causes the error on completion of the calling method... any help will be apperciated thanks .

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  • Javascript self contained sandbox events and client side stack

    - by amnon
    I'm in the process of moving a JSF heavy web application to a REST and mainly JS module application . I've watched "scalable javascript application architecture" by Nicholas Zakas on yui theater (excellent video) and implemented much of the talk with good success but i have some questions : I found the lecture a little confusing in regards to the relationship between modules and sandboxes , on one had to my understanding modules should not be effected by something happening outside of their sandbox and this is why they publish events via the sandbox (and not via the core as they do access the core for hiding base libary) but each module in the application gets a new sandbox ? , shouldn't the sandbox limit events to the modoules using it ? or should events be published cross page ? e.g. : if i have two editable tables but i want to contain each one in a different sandbox and it's events effect only the modules inside that sandbox something like messabe box per table which is a different module/widget how can i do that with sandbox per module , ofcourse i can prefix the events with the moduleid but that creates coupling that i want to avoid ... and i don't want to package modules toghter as one module per combination as i already have 6-7 modules ? while i can hide the base library for small things like id selector etc.. i would still like to use the base library for module dependencies and resource loading and use something like yui loader or dojo.require so in fact i'm hiding the base library but the modules themself are defined and loaded by the base library ... seems a little strange to me libraries don't return simple js objects but usualy wrap them e.g. : u can do something like $$('.classname').each(.. which cleans the code alot , it makes no sense to wrap the base and then in the module create a dependency for the base library by executing .each but not using those features makes a lot of code written which can be left out ... and implemnting that functionality is very bug prone does anyonen have any experience with building a front side stack of this order ? how easy is it to change a base library and/or have modules from different libraries , using yui datatable but doing form validation with dojo ... ? some what of a combination of 2+4 if u choose to do something like i said and load dojo form validation widgets for inputs via yui loader would that mean dojocore is a module and the form module is dependant on it ? Thanks .

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