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Encrypt from Java and decrypt on Node.js - aes 256 ecb
// we determine the key buffer
var stringKey = "example";
var cipherText = ".........";
// we compute the sha256 of the key
var hash = crypto.createHash("sha256");
hash.update(stringKey, "utf8");
var sha256key = hash.digest();
var keyBuffer = new Buffer(sha256key);
var cipherBuffer = new Buffer(cipherText, 'hex');
var aesDec = crypto.createDecipheriv("aes-256-ecb", keyBuffer , ''); // always use createDecipheriv when the key is passed as raw bytes
var output = aesDec.update(cipherBuffer);
return output + aesDec.final();
try {
String stringKey = "example";
byte[] key = HashUtils.SHA256(stringKey);
byte[] input = "this is a test".getBytes();
byte[] output = null;
SecretKeySpec keySpec = new SecretKeySpec(key, "AES");
Cipher cipher = Cipher.getInstance("AES/ECB/PKCS5Padding"); // this is actually aes 256 ecb and NOT aes-128 as we passed a 32bytes key
cipher.init(Cipher.ENCRYPT_MODE, keySpec);
output = cipher.doFinal(input);
return output;
} catch (Exception ex) {
throw new RuntimeException("Unable to AES-Encrypt: " + ex.getMessage());
}
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@alikashmar alikashmar commented Jul 12, 2017

That comment in the node section about using createDecipheriv fixed my problem. Thank you!

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@ryeborja ryeborja commented Jul 28, 2020

How to do it in reverse? Encrypt in NodeJS and decrypt in Java

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@smit-code smit-code commented Oct 15, 2021

Data encryption in Android and decrypting in node.js how this is possible.

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