Posts Tagged ‘rsa encryption’

RSA encryption in PHP decryption in .NET

September 12th, 2013 2 comments

If the subject is searched on the net, the basic issue that pops up would be “bad key” exception or decryption issue. If you have access to the original code with which the implementation is done, then you should be able to identify the mismatch. But for the time, quoting for RSA padding , RSA requires the plaintext to be armored during encryption/signing and the result to be verified during decryption/verification. Unfortunately, this armoring is commonly called “padding”, which means some implementers think it functions like ordinary protocol padding. The interoperability principle (“be strict in what you send and lenient in what you accept”) is exactly opposite how public key crypto must be implemented. Padding cannot be ignored and if even one bit is out of place, the message is invalid. Failure to implement all the steps correctly could allow attackers to forge signatures, decrypt ciphertext, or even recover the private key. Read more…