Overview
AES-encrypts input text and returns the encrypted text. Accepts any aes-based algorithm specified by OpenSSL.
AES-encrypts input text and returns the encrypted text. Accepts any aes-based algorithm specified by OpenSSL.
Decrypt text from a base64 encoding using a key and specified OpenSSL algorithm.
(See Example that was provided for Encrypt. This example does the inverse.)
If algorithm is aes-256-cbc
, key is my secret key
, and data is hrDDPCtB0Cijc8EFAHhABiYEKdYBgt+e63RGV288SOI=
Then output is My secret message!
If the incorrect algorithm or key is used to decrypt encoded text, the step in the FLO may generate an Error. Use If Error if you need to catch and handle the error.
Encrypt text into a base64 encoding using a key and specified OpenSSL algorithm.
If algorithm is aes-256-cbc
, key is my secret key
, and data is My secret message!
Then output is hrDDPCtB0Cijc8EFAHhABiYEKdYBgt+e63RGV288SOI=
The value of output can be sent wherever text can be sent. In order to decipher it, someone will need the correct algorithm and the key.
HMAC-encrypts input text and returns the resulting encrypted text, accepting any HMAC algorithm specified by OpenSSL
Hash-encrypts input text and digests the return string on output with hex, binary, or base64 encoding. Accepts any hashing algorithm specified by OpenSSL.
SHA1-encrypts input text, returning the resulting encrypted text.
SHA256-encrypts input text, returning the resulting encrypted text.