I am trying to recreate some openssl php code in the command-line. I have been able to get the following php code to work:
$key = 'aaaaaaaabbbbbbbbccccccccdddddddd'; $key = pack('H*',$key); $data = 'b5057bbc04b842a96144a0f617f2820e'; $data = pack('H*',$data); $result = openssl_decrypt($data,'des-ede', $key, OPENSSL_RAW_DATA | OPENSSL_ZERO_PADDING);
The Command I'm Working on (Ubuntu)
openssl des-ede -in encrypted-data.txt -out decrypted-data.txt -d -K aaaaaaaabbbbbbbbccccccccdddddddd -nopad
The key that im decrypting with is the hex value:
aaaaaaaabbbbbbbbccccccccdddddddd. Can this key be passed as hex?
The Encrypted Data
The encrypted data I am passing in the encrypted-data.txt file is the hex value:
b5057bbc04b842a96144a0f617f2820e. The data should decrypt to
Test123123. I have tried converting the encrypted data to binary and passing it through a .bin file without success. Should this data be converted to some other format before being passed?
I believe I am having an issue translating the php parameters
OPENSSL_ZERO_PADDING to my command-line call. I have discovered the option
-nopad, but am unsure if it is equivalent to the options in php