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I have encrypted data from checkout - how to decrypt

Thread began 5/21/2010 2:57 am by dave315749 | Last modified 5/21/2010 2:08 pm by Jason Byrnes | 835 views | 3 replies |

dave315749

I have encrypted data from checkout - how to decrypt

Ok so upon checkout i have select the fields to be encrypted before storing them in the databse by choosing format and then webassist sh1 encryption,

but i did not see a area for a key.. so now i have a test order with a encryption but i dont know how to see the data. How do i set a key on the confirm page before the data goes into the database?

Dave

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

sha1 is what is called a "one way encryption". what this means is that it can be encrypted, but there is no decryption.

sha1 encryption is used in security for storing encrypted passwords. if the user where to forget there password, the only option is to generate a new one, even the site admin will not be able to determine the password from the encrypted value stored in the database.

see the following for information on various encrypting techniques:
encryption_1/

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dave315749

Ohh ok, thats what i thought.. what do you suggest to use a encrypt and decrypt?

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

mcrypt is a decent 2 way encryption method:
Two-Way-Encryption-With-PHP-Mcrypt.html

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