Changes between Version 1 and Version 2 of Ticket #162


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09/20/11 10:47:35 (10 years ago)
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Antoine Martin
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    55org.bouncycastle.crypto.DataLengthException: input too large for RSA cipher.
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    7 I am still a bit puzzled as to why pycrypto manages to decrypt such blocks and BouncyCastle does not. Either we fix the data length using a specific padding scheme (as the length of the input looks fine as it is: <100bytes with 4096bit keys is ok), or we use a symmetric cipher for all encrypted packets (and exchange it during the login phase).
     7I am still a bit puzzled as to why pycrypto manages to decrypt such blocks and {{{BouncyCastle}}} does not. Either we fix the data length using a specific padding scheme (as the length of the input looks fine as it is: <100bytes with 4096bit keys is ok), or we use a symmetric cipher for all encrypted packets (and exchange it during the login phase).
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    99More info on this issue: [http://stackoverflow.com/questions/2579103/too-much-data-for-rsa-block-fail-what-is-pkcs7 Too much data for RSA block fail]