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2014-02-26 16:45

从URL传递到URL时的Mcrypt问题

  • obfuscation
  • php
  • encryption
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Hello i'm using Mcrypt to obfuscate some values i'm sending via mail.

When i encrypt the value on my local site, and decrypt it it works ok in every attempt, i mail the value, but when i link back to my site, and try to decrypt it in another page, it works sometimes only.

I'm kinda stuck and dunno why. I'm not so familiar with crypt functions.

This is the code im using for encrypt

function encrypt($decrypted, $password, $salt='!kQm*fF3pXe1Kbm%9') { 
 // Build a 256-bit $key which is a SHA256 hash of $salt and $password.
 $key = hash('SHA256', $salt . $password, true);
 // Build $iv and $iv_base64.  We use a block size of 128 bits (AES compliant) and CBC mode.  (Note: ECB mode is inadequate as IV is not used.)
 srand(); $iv = mcrypt_create_iv(mcrypt_get_iv_size(MCRYPT_RIJNDAEL_128, MCRYPT_MODE_CBC), MCRYPT_RAND);
 if (strlen($iv_base64 = rtrim(base64_encode($iv), '=')) != 22) return false;
 // Encrypt $decrypted and an MD5 of $decrypted using $key.  MD5 is fine to use here because it's just to verify successful decryption.
 $encrypted = base64_encode(mcrypt_encrypt(MCRYPT_RIJNDAEL_128, $key, $decrypted . md5($decrypted), MCRYPT_MODE_CBC, $iv));
 // We're done!
 return $iv_base64 . $encrypted;
 } 

This is the code i'm using for decrypt

function decrypt($encrypted, $password, $salt='!kQm*fF3pXe1Kbm%9') {
 // Build a 256-bit $key which is a SHA256 hash of $salt and $password.
 $key = hash('SHA256', $salt . $password, true);
 // Retrieve $iv which is the first 22 characters plus ==, base64_decoded.
 $iv = base64_decode(substr($encrypted, 0, 22) . '==');
 // Remove $iv from $encrypted.
 $encrypted = substr($encrypted, 22);
 // Decrypt the data.  rtrim won't corrupt the data because the last 32 characters are the md5 hash; thus any \0 character has to be padding.
 $decrypted = rtrim(mcrypt_decrypt(MCRYPT_RIJNDAEL_128, $key, base64_decode($encrypted), MCRYPT_MODE_CBC, $iv), "\0\4");
 // Retrieve $hash which is the last 32 characters of $decrypted.
 $hash = substr($decrypted, -32);
 // Remove the last 32 characters from $decrypted.
 $decrypted = substr($decrypted, 0, -32);
 // Integrity check.  If this fails, either the data is corrupted, or the password/salt was incorrect.
 if (md5($decrypted) != $hash) return false;
 // Yay!
 return $decrypted;
 }

The $password and $salt variables are being packed using

pack("H*", $string);

After the first failed attempts, i started using urlencode and urldecode for the values on the URL but still the same issue persists.

What i'm doing wrong? i'm really stuck here

Thanks

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  • draxu26480 draxu26480 7年前

    Your encoded string is being sent with plus (+) signs, wich are being interpreted on the url as blank spaces, you can encode the URL or use str_replace to change empty spaces on the string for plus's sign

    Such.

    $encrypted_string= "random1234string with blank space";
    $empty = array(" ");
    $plus   = array("+");
    
    $new_encrypted_string = str_replace($empty, $plus, $encrypted_string);
    

    Outputs: "random1234string+with+blank+space"

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