This plugin is terrific for how simple it is, and I've confirmed that files at rest are indeed encrypted, but how is it encrypted? What's the algorithm and the strength?
I get a Iv value and a key when I first encrypt the data, I think that gives some indication?
To satisfy the decision makers that we can figure out how to reverse the decryption having backed up the keys and filesystem, can you give an openssl enc commandline to decrypt a file? It should be something like:
openssl enc -<cipher> -d -K <key> -iv <IV> -in <infile> -o <outfile>
So far I've had no success trying various combinations of DES ciphers and options.
Hang on, I had to generate a key and IV within Jira; how can it decrypt without an IV? And what cipher should I be using? There are lots of DES variants supported by openssl:
Also, are there any padding or salt options I should be passing?
Currently, we are working in order to change DES for AES method.
In this case (DES), is only necessary the key, because we are using DESKeySpec class (provided by java) .Maybe, this page can help you. (https://www.programcreek.com/java-api-examples/?api=javax.crypto.spec.DESKeySpec)
On the other hand, I think that is not possible decrypt if you don't use JIRA.
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