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Topic Title: What Kind of Key Encryption does Automate use?
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Answer This question was answered by Leonard Amabile, on Tuesday, May 1, 2012 9:20 AM

Answer:
AM7 uses DES / Rijndael encryption algorithm.



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Hi, needing to do some file encryption and want to use Automate to do it. Using 7.x Automate now and will be using BPA for this in the near future. I have been running it with the Key encryption and have been able to get the Keys to generate and Key encryption to work. But we need to know what kind of algorythm the Key encryption uses. Some possible answers are AES and Triple DES. Which key encryption algorythm does Automate use?

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AM7 uses DES / Rijndael encryption algorithm.





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Leonard, Thanks, that's what we needed to know. ... Tom

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