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(Objective-C) 3DES Encryption, ECB, CBC modes

3DES encryption. The Chilkat encryption component supports Triple-DES in both ECB (Electronic Cookbook) and CBC (Cipher-Block Chaining) cipher modes.

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#import <CkoCrypt2.h>



CkoCrypt2 *crypt = [[CkoCrypt2 alloc] init];

BOOL success = [crypt UnlockComponent: @"Anything for 30-day trial"];
if (success != YES) {
    NSLog(@"%@",crypt.LastErrorText);
    return;
}

//  Specify 3DES for the encryption algorithm:
crypt.CryptAlgorithm = @"3des";

//  CipherMode may be "ecb" or "cbc"
crypt.CipherMode = @"cbc";

//  KeyLength must be 192.  3DES is technically 168-bits;
//  the most-significant bit of each key byte is a parity bit,
//  so we must indicate a KeyLength of 192, which includes
//  the parity bits.
crypt.KeyLength = [NSNumber numberWithInt:192];

//  The padding scheme determines the contents of the bytes
//  that are added to pad the result to a multiple of the
//  encryption algorithm's block size.  3DES has a block
//  size of 8 bytes, so encrypted output is always
//  a multiple of 8.
crypt.PaddingScheme = [NSNumber numberWithInt:0];

//  EncodingMode specifies the encoding of the output for
//  encryption, and the input for decryption.
//  It may be "hex", "url", "base64", or "quoted-printable".
crypt.EncodingMode = @"hex";

//  An initialization vector is required if using CBC or CFB modes.
//  ECB mode does not use an IV.
//  The length of the IV is equal to the algorithm's block size.
//  It is NOT equal to the length of the key.
NSString ivHex = @"0001020304050607";
[crypt SetEncodedIV: ivHex encoding: @"hex"];

//  The secret key must equal the size of the key.  For
//  3DES, the key must be 24 bytes (i.e. 192-bits).
NSString keyHex = @"000102030405060708090A0B0C0D0E0F0001020304050607";
[crypt SetEncodedKey: keyHex encoding: @"hex"];

//  Encrypt a string...
//  The input string is 44 ANSI characters (i.e. 44 bytes), so
//  the output should be 48 bytes (a multiple of 8).
//  Because the output is a hex string, it should
//  be 96 characters long (2 chars per byte).
NSString encStr = [crypt EncryptStringENC: @"The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog."];
NSLog(@"%@",encStr);

//  Now decrypt:
NSString decStr = [crypt DecryptStringENC: encStr];
NSLog(@"%@",decStr);

 

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