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Encryptor and Decryptor for data encryption.decryption using the Android KeyStore.
/**
_____ _____ _
| __ \ / ____| | |
| | | | ___| | _ __ _ _ _ __ | |_ ___ _ __
| | | |/ _ \ | | '__| | | | '_ \| __/ _ \| '__|
| |__| | __/ |____| | | |_| | |_) | || (_) | |
|_____/ \___|\_____|_| \__, | .__/ \__\___/|_|
__/ | |
|___/|_|
*/
class DeCryptor {
private static final String TRANSFORMATION = "AES/GCM/NoPadding";
private static final String ANDROID_KEY_STORE = "AndroidKeyStore";
private KeyStore keyStore;
DeCryptor() throws CertificateException, NoSuchAlgorithmException, KeyStoreException,
IOException {
initKeyStore();
}
private void initKeyStore() throws KeyStoreException, CertificateException,
NoSuchAlgorithmException, IOException {
keyStore = KeyStore.getInstance(ANDROID_KEY_STORE);
keyStore.load(null);
}
String decryptData(final String alias, final byte[] encryptedData, final byte[] encryptionIv)
throws UnrecoverableEntryException, NoSuchAlgorithmException, KeyStoreException,
NoSuchProviderException, NoSuchPaddingException, InvalidKeyException, IOException,
BadPaddingException, IllegalBlockSizeException, InvalidAlgorithmParameterException {
final Cipher cipher = Cipher.getInstance(TRANSFORMATION);
final GCMParameterSpec spec = new GCMParameterSpec(128, encryptionIv);
cipher.init(Cipher.DECRYPT_MODE, getSecretKey(alias), spec);
return new String(cipher.doFinal(encryptedData), "UTF-8");
}
private SecretKey getSecretKey(final String alias) throws NoSuchAlgorithmException,
UnrecoverableEntryException, KeyStoreException {
return ((KeyStore.SecretKeyEntry) keyStore.getEntry(alias, null)).getSecretKey();
}
}
/**
______ _____ _
| ____| / ____| | |
| |__ _ __ | | _ __ _ _ _ __ | |_ ___ _ __
| __| | '_ \| | | '__| | | | '_ \| __/ _ \| '__|
| |____| | | | |____| | | |_| | |_) | || (_) | |
|______|_| |_|\_____|_| \__, | .__/ \__\___/|_|
__/ | |
|___/|_|
*/
class EnCryptor {
private static final String TRANSFORMATION = "AES/GCM/NoPadding";
private static final String ANDROID_KEY_STORE = "AndroidKeyStore";
private byte[] encryption;
private byte[] iv;
EnCryptor() {
}
byte[] encryptText(final String alias, final String textToEncrypt)
throws UnrecoverableEntryException, NoSuchAlgorithmException, KeyStoreException,
NoSuchProviderException, NoSuchPaddingException, InvalidKeyException, IOException,
InvalidAlgorithmParameterException, SignatureException, BadPaddingException,
IllegalBlockSizeException {
final Cipher cipher = Cipher.getInstance(TRANSFORMATION);
cipher.init(Cipher.ENCRYPT_MODE, getSecretKey(alias));
iv = cipher.getIV();
return (encryption = cipher.doFinal(textToEncrypt.getBytes("UTF-8")));
}
@NonNull
private SecretKey getSecretKey(final String alias) throws NoSuchAlgorithmException,
NoSuchProviderException, InvalidAlgorithmParameterException {
final KeyGenerator keyGenerator = KeyGenerator
.getInstance(KeyProperties.KEY_ALGORITHM_AES, ANDROID_KEY_STORE);
keyGenerator.init(new KeyGenParameterSpec.Builder(alias,
KeyProperties.PURPOSE_ENCRYPT | KeyProperties.PURPOSE_DECRYPT)
.setBlockModes(KeyProperties.BLOCK_MODE_GCM)
.setEncryptionPaddings(KeyProperties.ENCRYPTION_PADDING_NONE)
.build());
return keyGenerator.generateKey();
}
byte[] getEncryption() {
return encryption;
}
byte[] getIv() {
return iv;
}
}
/**
_____ _ _ _
/ ____| | | | | | |
| (___ __ _ _ __ ___ _ __ | | ___ | | | |___ __ _ __ _ ___
\___ \ / _` | '_ ` _ \| '_ \| |/ _ \ | | | / __|/ _` |/ _` |/ _ \
____) | (_| | | | | | | |_) | | __/ | |__| \__ \ (_| | (_| | __/
|_____/ \__,_|_| |_| |_| .__/|_|\___| \____/|___/\__,_|\__, |\___|
| | __/ |
|_| |___/
*/
public class MainActivity extends AppCompatActivity {
private static final String TAG = MainActivity.class.getSimpleName();
private static final String SAMPLE_ALIAS = "MYALIAS";
@BindView (R.id.toolbar)
Toolbar toolbar;
@BindView (R.id.ed_text_to_encrypt)
EditText edTextToEncrypt;
@BindView (R.id.tv_encrypted_text)
TextView tvEncryptedText;
@BindView (R.id.tv_decrypted_text)
TextView tvDecryptedText;
private EnCryptor encryptor;
private DeCryptor decryptor;
@Override
protected void onCreate(Bundle savedInstanceState) {
super.onCreate(savedInstanceState);
setContentView(R.layout.activity_main);
ButterKnife.bind(this);
setSupportActionBar(toolbar);
encryptor = new EnCryptor();
try {
decryptor = new DeCryptor();
} catch (CertificateException | NoSuchAlgorithmException | KeyStoreException |
IOException e) {
e.printStackTrace();
}
}
@OnClick ({R.id.btn_encrypt, R.id.btn_decrypt})
public void onClick(final View view) {
final int id = view.getId();
switch (id) {
case R.id.btn_encrypt:
encryptText();
break;
case R.id.btn_decrypt:
decryptText();
break;
}
}
private void decryptText() {
try {
tvDecryptedText.setText(decryptor
.decryptData(SAMPLE_ALIAS, encryptor.getEncryption(), encryptor.getIv()));
} catch (UnrecoverableEntryException | NoSuchAlgorithmException |
KeyStoreException | NoSuchPaddingException | NoSuchProviderException |
IOException | InvalidKeyException e) {
Log.e(TAG, "decryptData() called with: " + e.getMessage(), e);
} catch (IllegalBlockSizeException | BadPaddingException | InvalidAlgorithmParameterException e) {
e.printStackTrace();
}
}
private void encryptText() {
try {
final byte[] encryptedText = encryptor
.encryptText(SAMPLE_ALIAS, edTextToEncrypt.getText().toString());
tvEncryptedText.setText(Base64.encodeToString(encryptedText, Base64.DEFAULT));
} catch (UnrecoverableEntryException | NoSuchAlgorithmException | NoSuchProviderException |
KeyStoreException | IOException | NoSuchPaddingException | InvalidKeyException e) {
Log.e(TAG, "onClick() called with: " + e.getMessage(), e);
} catch (InvalidAlgorithmParameterException | SignatureException |
IllegalBlockSizeException | BadPaddingException e) {
e.printStackTrace();
}
}
}
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@akashjpro akashjpro commented Jul 25, 2017

How use with api 18, please help me

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@JosiasSena JosiasSena commented Oct 8, 2017

You will have to use one of the other init() and getInstance() methods provided by the KeyGenerator. See here: https://developer.android.com/reference/javax/crypto/KeyGenerator.html.

You can do something like this in the getSecretKey method:

private SecretKey getSecretKey(final String alias) throws NoSuchAlgorithmException,
        NoSuchProviderException, InvalidAlgorithmParameterException {

    KeyGenerator keyGenerator;

    if (Build.VERSION.SDK_INT >= Build.VERSION_CODES.M) {
        keyGenerator = KeyGenerator.getInstance(KeyProperties.KEY_ALGORITHM_AES, ANDROID_KEY_STORE);

        keyGenerator.init(new KeyGenParameterSpec.Builder(alias, KeyProperties.PURPOSE_ENCRYPT | KeyProperties.PURPOSE_DECRYPT)
                .setBlockModes(KeyProperties.BLOCK_MODE_GCM)
                .setEncryptionPaddings(KeyProperties.ENCRYPTION_PADDING_NONE)
                .build());
    } else {
        keyGenerator = KeyGenerator.getInstance(ANDROID_KEY_STORE);
        
        // or something like 
        
        keyGenerator = KeyGenerator.getInstance("supported algorithm here", ANDROID_KEY_STORE);
        
        // use the supported init method here such as this one: https://developer.android.com/reference/javax/crypto/KeyGenerator.html#init(int, java.security.SecureRandom)   
        keyGenerator.init(/* ... */);
    }

    return keyGenerator.generateKey();
}

For supported init methods algorithms below api 23 you can see the documentation in the link provided above. Each algorithm specifies what api it is supported in.

Each algorithm is described in the KeyGenerator section of the Java Cryptography Architecture Standard Algorithm Name Documentation.

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@nemesis06101986 nemesis06101986 commented Nov 1, 2017

Hi! Thanks for the example. Maybe you can help me, I'm having some trouble understanding how this works across sessions.

From what I can see, in order to decrypt, you need to encrypt first in order to get the encrypted message and the iv. But how can we retrieve encrypted data that was saved in a previous session of the app, hence not having the encrypted message and the iv?

Thanks :)

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@oliverspryn oliverspryn commented Nov 1, 2017

@nemesis06101986 Saving information is the easy part. Now that the data is encrypted, you may store it using the PreferenceManager.

For example, in Kotlin, this saves a pre-encrypted string and the IV in the PreferenceManager. Keep in mind, IVs do not need to be kept secret:

class EncryptedInfo {
    var data: String? = null
    var iv: ByteArray? = null
}

object SettingsRepository {
    fun getProperty(key: String, context: Context): EncryptedInfo {
        val info = EncryptedInfo()

        info.data = PreferenceManager.getDefaultSharedPreferences(context)
            .getString(key, null)

        val iv = PreferenceManager.getDefaultSharedPreferences(context)
            .getString("${key}_iv", null)

        info.iv = Base64.decode(iv, Base64.DEFAULT)

        return info
    }

    fun setProperty(key: String, encryptedValue: String, iv: ByteArray, context: Context) {
        val ivString = Base64.encodeToString(iv, Base64.DEFAULT)

        val settingPref = PreferenceManager.getDefaultSharedPreferences(context).edit()
        settingPref.putString(key, encryptedValue)
        settingPref.apply()

        val settingIvPref = PreferenceManager.getDefaultSharedPreferences(context).edit()
        settingIvPref.putString("${key}_iv", ivString)
        settingIvPref.apply()
    }
}

Now, put it together:

val alias = "test alias"

// To encrypt
val encrytedString = "abcdef"
val iv = cipher.iv

SettingsRepository.setProperty(alias, encryptedString, iv, context)

// Somewhere later in the code, to decrypt
val info = SettingsRepository.getProperty(alias, context)

// decrypt them
// info?.data
// info?.iv

Note: This comment is intended for communal guidance only. I cannot be held responsible for any mishandled sensitive information.

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@barryjohncoronel barryjohncoronel commented Dec 7, 2017

GCMParameterSpec only works in >= Kitkat, do you have a workaround for this?

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@DineshGuptaa DineshGuptaa commented May 2, 2018

Thank you for such a great article. It helps a lot for a newbie like me.

I am new to android development. I need to support from 18 and above API. I am unable to find the solution for API 18. Please help me to implement android API 18.

Thanks In advance.

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@IgorGanapolsky IgorGanapolsky commented May 24, 2018

I am curious, why did you choose this transformation specifically :AES/GCM/NoPadding ?

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@ebabel ebabel commented Jun 4, 2018

@JosiasSena You're code should be able to encrypt multiple values, right? I can't get that to work and not sure what I'm doing wrong.

    val enCryptor = EnCryptor()
    val alias = "My_AndroidKeyStore_Alias"
    val encryptText = enCryptor.encryptText(alias, "asdfasdfasdf")
    val iv = enCryptor.getIv()

    val deCryptor = DeCryptor()
    deCryptor.decryptData(alias, encryptText, iv).also { println("Decrypted1: $it") }

    // val enCryptor2 = enCryptor // also tried this, no difference
    val enCryptor2 = EnCryptor()
    val encryptText2 = enCryptor2.encryptText(alias, "asdfasdfasdf3")

    val iv2 = enCryptor2.getIv()
    deCryptor.decryptData(alias, encryptText2, iv2).also { println("Decrypted2: $it") }

    deCryptor.decryptData(alias, encryptText, iv).also { println("Decrypted1: $it") } 
    // Caused by: android.security.KeyStoreException: Signature/MAC verification failed
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@raptus93 raptus93 commented Aug 9, 2018

@JosiasSena
I get an AEADBadTagException trying to in the decrypt method, when calling:
return new String(cipher.doFinal(encryptedBytes), "UTF-8");

The android documentation of Cipher says:

if this cipher is decrypting in an AEAD mode (such as GCM/CCM), and the received authentication tag does not match the calculated value

Can you please explain this problem and its solution? What could be wrong?

Thank you!

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@anbarasu-seven anbarasu-seven commented Aug 31, 2018

working excellent at first run. Very useful.

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@saulai saulai commented Nov 2, 2018

@ebabel I also had to create a custom implementation to encrypt several values.
@raptus93 I got that same exception.

I guess more context on your implementation would be necessary, but I'll explain what I did in case it helps anyone.
In my case I was encrypting several Strings, save them to preferences, and then try to decrypt all of them resulting in AEADBadTagException.
My mistake: I was building a new KeyGenarator each time encryptText() was called.
The fix was to retrieve the existing entry:

   if(!keyStore.containsAlias(alias)) {
                    keyGenerator.init(new KeyGenParameterSpec.Builder(alias,
                            KeyProperties.PURPOSE_ENCRYPT | KeyProperties.PURPOSE_DECRYPT)
                            .setBlockModes(KeyProperties.BLOCK_MODE_GCM)
                            .setEncryptionPaddings(KeyProperties.ENCRYPTION_PADDING_NONE)
                            .build());
                } else {
                    return ((KeyStore.SecretKeyEntry) keyStore.getEntry(alias, null)).getSecretKey();
                }

@JosiasSena thanks for sharing

Hope it helps.

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@jollyjoker992 jollyjoker992 commented Nov 23, 2018

@JosiasSena
I get an AEADBadTagException trying to in the decrypt method, when calling:
return new String(cipher.doFinal(encryptedBytes), "UTF-8");

The android documentation of Cipher says:

if this cipher is decrypting in an AEAD mode (such as GCM/CCM), and the received authentication tag does not match the calculated value

Can you please explain this problem and its solution? What could be wrong?

Thank you!

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@gruschus gruschus commented Nov 28, 2018

@JosiasSena
I get an AEADBadTagException trying to in the decrypt method, when calling:
return new String(cipher.doFinal(encryptedBytes), "UTF-8");
The android documentation of Cipher says:

if this cipher is decrypting in an AEAD mode (such as GCM/CCM), and the received authentication tag does not match the calculated value

Can you please explain this problem and its solution? What could be wrong?
Thank you!

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I have the same problem. the AEADBadTagException appears to be triggered by the following exception

Caused by: android.security.KeyStoreException: Signature/MAC verification failed
at android.security.KeyStore.getKeyStoreException(KeyStore.java:682)

Android 7

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@githubmss githubmss commented Nov 30, 2018

I have a requirement I will get key from server and then I need to store that inside my AndroidKeystore and use it to encrypt and Decrypt my database , so by this private static final String SAMPLE_ALIAS = "MYALIAS"; does it means it can get any key and based on this it will generate private key to encrypt and decrypt the data ?

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@tamirshina tamirshina commented Jan 8, 2019

@JosiasSena
I get an AEADBadTagException trying to in the decrypt method when calling:
return new String(cipher.doFinal(encryptedBytes), "UTF-8");

Same problem here - you can check it out at https://stackoverflow.com/questions/54077125/aeadbadtagexception-when-decrypting-using-androidkeystore

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@JosiasSena
I get an AEADBadTagException trying to in the decrypt method, when calling:
return new String(cipher.doFinal(encryptedBytes), "UTF-8");
The android documentation of Cipher says:

if this cipher is decrypting in an AEAD mode (such as GCM/CCM), and the received authentication tag does not match the calculated value

Can you please explain this problem and its solution? What could be wrong?
Thank you!

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I have the same problem. the AEADBadTagException appears to be triggered by the following exception

Caused by: android.security.KeyStoreException: Signature/MAC verification failed
at android.security.KeyStore.getKeyStoreException(KeyStore.java:682)

Android 7

Yes, I am also having the same problem of the AEADBadTagException caused by Signature/MAC verification failed, on Android 8.

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@virtualpathum virtualpathum commented Mar 15, 2019

Caused by: android.security.KeyStoreException: Signature/MAC verification failed
at android.security.KeyStore.getKeyStoreException(KeyStore.java:682)

I was able to fix this error by following the approach which @oliverspryn has mentioned in his comment. However, I have doubts about saving the iv in shared prefs. When an attacker found out the encrypted data which we saved in shared pref, don't we support him by giving the iv as well?

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@ravikanasagra1 ravikanasagra1 commented Jun 18, 2019

I also received exception on Android 8 javax.crypto.AEADBadTagException due to android.security.KeyStoreException: Signature/MAC verification failed.

@JosiasSena - Have you found fix for this exception?

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@kherembourg kherembourg commented Jun 24, 2019

The solution I found is to store the encrypted data and cypher IV in Base64 and then decode it when needed.
Like the code showed by oliverspryn, only I do it to for the encryptedString
I don't have the AEADBadTagException anymore, it works fine !

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@bung428 bung428 commented Jul 20, 2019

Thank you so much, i'm sorry

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@cas4ey cas4ey commented Dec 27, 2019

Why does keyGenerator.generateKey() invoked on every Encryptor::getSecretKey()?
Don't you need to check keyStore.getEntry(alias, null) != null to reuse previously generated key?

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@msramalho msramalho commented Jan 13, 2020

New single-file version for more recent

Since I had trouble using this code when developing for Android SDK>=28 (since it gave several errors), I implemented my own version as a standalone file using "AES/CBC/PKCS7Padding" that can be used like so:

Cryptography c = new Cryptography("CHOOSE_YOUR_KEYNAME_FOR_STORAGE");

String encrypted = c.encrypt("plain text"); // returns base 64 data: 'BASE64_DATA,BASE64_IV'

String decrypted = c.decrypt("encrypted"); // returns "plain text"

It's available in this gist

* This also takes care of proper IV usage and ensures the same key is used even if the user exits and reopens the app

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@sinhpn92 sinhpn92 commented Jan 30, 2020

So in this example, We need to store IV in somewhere, right?. That's can be more risky in secure. Can we do any other without store any data?

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@eoinahern eoinahern commented Mar 17, 2020

@ebabel I also had to create a custom implementation to encrypt several values.
@raptus93 I got that same exception.

I guess more context on your implementation would be necessary, but I'll explain what I did in case it helps anyone.
In my case I was encrypting several Strings, save them to preferences, and then try to decrypt all of them resulting in AEADBadTagException.
My mistake: I was building a new KeyGenarator each time encryptText() was called.
The fix was to retrieve the existing entry:

   if(!keyStore.containsAlias(alias)) {
                    keyGenerator.init(new KeyGenParameterSpec.Builder(alias,
                            KeyProperties.PURPOSE_ENCRYPT | KeyProperties.PURPOSE_DECRYPT)
                            .setBlockModes(KeyProperties.BLOCK_MODE_GCM)
                            .setEncryptionPaddings(KeyProperties.ENCRYPTION_PADDING_NONE)
                            .build());
                } else {
                    return ((KeyStore.SecretKeyEntry) keyStore.getEntry(alias, null)).getSecretKey();
                }

@JosiasSena thanks for sharing

Hope it helps.

cheers Bro, Had the same issue with the AEADBadTagException when decrypting a string saved in shareprefs.

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@raulland08 raulland08 commented Apr 14, 2020

@ebabel I also had to create a custom implementation to encrypt several values.
@raptus93 I got that same exception.

I guess more context on your implementation would be necessary, but I'll explain what I did in case it helps anyone.
In my case I was encrypting several Strings, save them to preferences, and then try to decrypt all of them resulting in AEADBadTagException.
My mistake: I was building a new KeyGenarator each time encryptText() was called.
The fix was to retrieve the existing entry:

   if(!keyStore.containsAlias(alias)) {
                    keyGenerator.init(new KeyGenParameterSpec.Builder(alias,
                            KeyProperties.PURPOSE_ENCRYPT | KeyProperties.PURPOSE_DECRYPT)
                            .setBlockModes(KeyProperties.BLOCK_MODE_GCM)
                            .setEncryptionPaddings(KeyProperties.ENCRYPTION_PADDING_NONE)
                            .build());
                } else {
                    return ((KeyStore.SecretKeyEntry) keyStore.getEntry(alias, null)).getSecretKey();
                }

@JosiasSena thanks for sharing

Hope it helps.

Hi, can you explain how do you decrypt all of the encrypted Strings? Because I've tried a lot of solutions but I always got the last value encrypted. Thanks in advance.

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@sharmpuneet sharmpuneet commented May 27, 2020

I also have the same issue on this solution when I try to encrypt and decrypt multiple keys. After decryption, I am getting only last value encrypted.

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@shubham696 shubham696 commented Jul 2, 2020

I also have the same issue with this solution when I try to encrypt and decrypt multiple keys. After decryption, I am getting only the last value encrypted.

@sharmpuneet are you able to solve this

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@ankitbaderiya ankitbaderiya commented Oct 4, 2020

Here's what I have done to handle API < 23:

private SecretKey getSecretKey(final String alias) throws NoSuchAlgorithmException,
            NoSuchProviderException, InvalidAlgorithmParameterException {

        KeyGenerator keyGenerator;

        if (Build.VERSION.SDK_INT >= Build.VERSION_CODES.M) {
            keyGenerator = KeyGenerator.getInstance(KeyProperties.KEY_ALGORITHM_AES, ANDROID_KEY_STORE);
            keyGenerator.init(new KeyGenParameterSpec.Builder(alias, 
                     KeyProperties.PURPOSE_ENCRYPT | KeyProperties.PURPOSE_DECRYPT)
                    .setBlockModes(KeyProperties.BLOCK_MODE_GCM)
                    .setEncryptionPaddings(KeyProperties.ENCRYPTION_PADDING_NONE)
                    .build());
        } else {
            keyGenerator = KeyGenerator.getInstance("AES", ANDROID_KEY_STORE);
            SecureRandom secureRandom = new SecureRandom(alias.getBytes());
            keyGenerator.init(KEY_SIZE, secureRandom);
        }
        return keyGenerator.generateKey();
    }
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@ankitbaderiya ankitbaderiya commented Oct 8, 2020

And how to delete key?

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@Matthcw Matthcw commented Apr 8, 2021

Hi, what is the license on this code?

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@JosiasSena JosiasSena commented Apr 9, 2021

@Matthcw none, feel free to do whatever you want with it

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