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__author__ = 'donpinto'
from couchbase import Couchbase
import json
import keyring
from simplecrypt import encrypt,decrypt
#Get bucketpassword from keyring
bktpwd = keyring.get_password('bucketpassword','CBEncrypt')
cb = Couchbase.connect(bucket='customer', host='localhost', password=str(bktpwd))
#Get app encryptionkey from keyring
cryptkey = keyring.get_password('key1','CBEncrypt')
#Loop over the documents and encrypt the ccard
for i in range(0,1000):
result = cb.get('customer'+str(i))
customer = result.value
print customer['ccInfo']['cardNumber']
customer['ccInfo']['cardNumber'] = encrypt(cryptkey,customer['ccInfo']['cardNumber'])
#customer['ccInfo']['cardNumber'] = decrypt(cryptkey,customer['ccInfo']['cardNumber'])
print customer
cb.set('customer'+str(i), customer)
__author__ = 'donpinto'
{
"dateLastActive": "Wed Mar 05 03:14:59 UTC 2014",
"dateAdded": "Wed Mar 05 03:14:59 UTC 2014",
"firstName": "Matt",
"lastName": "Botsford",
"emailAddress": "bernard@gutmann.biz",
"postalCode": "12912-4268",
"phoneNumber": "600-649-7428 x055",
"ccInfo": {
"cardType": "discover",
"cardNumber": "1212-1221-1121-1234",
"cardExpiry": "2013-09-12"
},
"customerId": "customer00",
"firstName" : "Don"
}
from Crypto.Cipher import AES
from Crypto.Hash import MD5
from base64 import encodestring, decodestring #base64 encoding to enable json dumps
# the block size for the key and message must be 16, 24, or 32 for AES
BLOCK_SIZE = 32
# the character used for padding--with a block cipher such as AES, the value
# you encrypt must be a multiple of BLOCK_SIZE in length. This character is
# used to ensure that your value is always a multiple of BLOCK_SIZE
PADDING = '{'
def pad(msg, block_size=BLOCK_SIZE, padding=PADDING):
"""
*pad the text to be encrypted*
- appends a padding character to the end of the String
- until the string has block_size length
"""
return msg + ((block_size - len(msg) % block_size) * padding)
def depad(msg, padding=PADDING):
"""depad the decryptet message"""
return msg.rstrip(padding)
def getSecret(key):
"""hases the key to MD5"""
return MD5.new(key).hexdigest()
def encrypt(key, msg):
"""encrypts the message"""
secret = getSecret(key)
cipher = AES.new(secret)
return encodestring(cipher.encrypt(pad(msg)))
def decrypt(key, msg):
"""decrypts the message"""
secret = getSecret(key)
cipher = AES.new(secret)
return depad((cipher.decrypt(decodestring(msg))))
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