Encriptación / descifrado rápido y simple de cadenas en JAVA

Necesito una forma rápida y sencilla de encriptar / desencriptar un “lote” de datos de cadena . Intenté jasypt pero se cuelga en mi teléfono Android . Tengo alrededor de 2000 registros (cadenas).

BasicTextEncryptor textEncryptor = new BasicTextEncryptor(); textEncryptor.setPassword("password"); String myEncryptedText = textEncryptor.encrypt(input); 

¿Hay alguna otra manera? No necesito una seguridad extremadamente alta, ¡necesita ser rápido !

Java: cifra / descifra el nombre de usuario y la contraseña de un archivo de configuración

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 DESKeySpec keySpec = new DESKeySpec("Your secret Key phrase".getBytes("UTF8")); SecretKeyFactory keyFactory = SecretKeyFactory.getInstance("DES"); SecretKey key = keyFactory.generateSecret(keySpec); sun.misc.BASE64Encoder base64encoder = new BASE64Encoder(); sun.misc.BASE64Decoder base64decoder = new BASE64Decoder(); ......... // ENCODE plainTextPassword String byte[] cleartext = plainTextPassword.getBytes("UTF8"); Cipher cipher = Cipher.getInstance("DES"); // cipher is not thread safe cipher.init(Cipher.ENCRYPT_MODE, key); String encryptedPwd = base64encoder.encode(cipher.doFinal(cleartext)); // now you can store it ...... // DECODE encryptedPwd String byte[] encrypedPwdBytes = base64decoder.decodeBuffer(encryptedPwd); Cipher cipher = Cipher.getInstance("DES");// cipher is not thread safe cipher.init(Cipher.DECRYPT_MODE, key); byte[] plainTextPwdBytes = (cipher.doFinal(encrypedPwdBytes)); 

Actualizar

la biblioteca ya tiene soporte para Java / Kotlin, vea github .


Original

Para simplificar, hice una clase para usar simplemente, la agregué a la biblioteca de Cifrado para usarla, solo haz lo siguiente:

Agregue la biblioteca gradle:

 compile 'se.simbio.encryption:library:2.0.0' 

y úsala:

 Encryption encryption = Encryption.getDefault("Key", "Salt", new byte[16]); String encrypted = encryption.encryptOrNull("top secret string"); String decrypted = encryption.decryptOrNull(encrypted); 

si no quiere agregar la biblioteca de Cifrado , puede copiar la siguiente clase a su proyecto. Si estás en un proyecto de Android, necesitas importar Base64 de Android en esta clase, si estás en un proyecto Java puro, necesitas agregar esta clase manualmente, puedes obtenerla aquí.

Encryption.java

 package se.simbio.encryption; import java.io.UnsupportedEncodingException; import java.security.InvalidAlgorithmParameterException; import java.security.InvalidKeyException; import java.security.MessageDigest; import java.security.NoSuchAlgorithmException; import java.security.SecureRandom; import java.security.spec.InvalidKeySpecException; import java.security.spec.KeySpec; import javax.crypto.BadPaddingException; import javax.crypto.Cipher; import javax.crypto.IllegalBlockSizeException; import javax.crypto.NoSuchPaddingException; import javax.crypto.SecretKey; import javax.crypto.SecretKeyFactory; import javax.crypto.spec.IvParameterSpec; import javax.crypto.spec.PBEKeySpec; import javax.crypto.spec.SecretKeySpec; /** * A class to make more easy and simple the encrypt routines, this is the core of Encryption library */ public class Encryption { /** * The Builder used to create the Encryption instance and that contains the information about * encryption specifications, this instance need to be private and careful managed */ private final Builder mBuilder; /** * The private and unique constructor, you should use the Encryption.Builder to build your own * instance or get the default proving just the sensible information about encryption */ private Encryption(Builder builder) { mBuilder = builder; } /** * @return an default encryption instance or {@code null} if occur some Exception, you can * create yur own Encryption instance using the Encryption.Builder */ public static Encryption getDefault(String key, String salt, byte[] iv) { try { return Builder.getDefaultBuilder(key, salt, iv).build(); } catch (NoSuchAlgorithmException e) { e.printStackTrace(); return null; } } /** * Encrypt a String * * @param data the String to be encrypted * * @return the encrypted String or {@code null} if you send the data as {@code null} * * @throws UnsupportedEncodingException if the Builder charset name is not supported or if * the Builder charset name is not supported * @throws NoSuchAlgorithmException if the Builder digest algorithm is not available * or if this has no installed provider that can * provide the requested by the Builder secret key * type or it is {@code null}, empty or in an invalid * format * @throws NoSuchPaddingException if no installed provider can provide the padding * scheme in the Builder digest algorithm * @throws InvalidAlgorithmParameterException if the specified parameters are inappropriate for * the cipher * @throws InvalidKeyException if the specified key can not be used to initialize * the cipher instance * @throws InvalidKeySpecException if the specified key specification cannot be used * to generate a secret key * @throws BadPaddingException if the padding of the data does not match the * padding scheme * @throws IllegalBlockSizeException if the size of the resulting bytes is not a * multiple of the cipher block size * @throws NullPointerException if the Builder digest algorithm is {@code null} or * if the specified Builder secret key type is * {@code null} * @throws IllegalStateException if the cipher instance is not initialized for * encryption or decryption */ public String encrypt(String data) throws UnsupportedEncodingException, NoSuchAlgorithmException, NoSuchPaddingException, InvalidAlgorithmParameterException, InvalidKeyException, InvalidKeySpecException, BadPaddingException, IllegalBlockSizeException { if (data == null) return null; SecretKey secretKey = getSecretKey(hashTheKey(mBuilder.getKey())); byte[] dataBytes = data.getBytes(mBuilder.getCharsetName()); Cipher cipher = Cipher.getInstance(mBuilder.getAlgorithm()); cipher.init(Cipher.ENCRYPT_MODE, secretKey, mBuilder.getIvParameterSpec(), mBuilder.getSecureRandom()); return Base64.encodeToString(cipher.doFinal(dataBytes), mBuilder.getBase64Mode()); } /** * This is a sugar method that calls encrypt method and catch the exceptions returning * {@code null} when it occurs and logging the error * * @param data the String to be encrypted * * @return the encrypted String or {@code null} if you send the data as {@code null} */ public String encryptOrNull(String data) { try { return encrypt(data); } catch (Exception e) { e.printStackTrace(); return null; } } /** * This is a sugar method that calls encrypt method in background, it is a good idea to use this * one instead the default method because encryption can take several time and with this method * the process occurs in a AsyncTask, other advantage is the Callback with separated methods, * one for success and other for the exception * * @param data the String to be encrypted * @param callback the Callback to handle the results */ public void encryptAsync(final String data, final Callback callback) { if (callback == null) return; new Thread(new Runnable() { @Override public void run() { try { String encrypt = encrypt(data); if (encrypt == null) { callback.onError(new Exception("Encrypt return null, it normally occurs when you send a null data")); } callback.onSuccess(encrypt); } catch (Exception e) { callback.onError(e); } } }).start(); } /** * Decrypt a String * * @param data the String to be decrypted * * @return the decrypted String or {@code null} if you send the data as {@code null} * * @throws UnsupportedEncodingException if the Builder charset name is not supported or if * the Builder charset name is not supported * @throws NoSuchAlgorithmException if the Builder digest algorithm is not available * or if this has no installed provider that can * provide the requested by the Builder secret key * type or it is {@code null}, empty or in an invalid * format * @throws NoSuchPaddingException if no installed provider can provide the padding * scheme in the Builder digest algorithm * @throws InvalidAlgorithmParameterException if the specified parameters are inappropriate for * the cipher * @throws InvalidKeyException if the specified key can not be used to initialize * the cipher instance * @throws InvalidKeySpecException if the specified key specification cannot be used * to generate a secret key * @throws BadPaddingException if the padding of the data does not match the * padding scheme * @throws IllegalBlockSizeException if the size of the resulting bytes is not a * multiple of the cipher block size * @throws NullPointerException if the Builder digest algorithm is {@code null} or * if the specified Builder secret key type is * {@code null} * @throws IllegalStateException if the cipher instance is not initialized for * encryption or decryption */ public String decrypt(String data) throws UnsupportedEncodingException, NoSuchAlgorithmException, InvalidKeySpecException, NoSuchPaddingException, InvalidAlgorithmParameterException, InvalidKeyException, BadPaddingException, IllegalBlockSizeException { if (data == null) return null; byte[] dataBytes = Base64.decode(data, mBuilder.getBase64Mode()); SecretKey secretKey = getSecretKey(hashTheKey(mBuilder.getKey())); Cipher cipher = Cipher.getInstance(mBuilder.getAlgorithm()); cipher.init(Cipher.DECRYPT_MODE, secretKey, mBuilder.getIvParameterSpec(), mBuilder.getSecureRandom()); byte[] dataBytesDecrypted = (cipher.doFinal(dataBytes)); return new String(dataBytesDecrypted); } /** * This is a sugar method that calls decrypt method and catch the exceptions returning * {@code null} when it occurs and logging the error * * @param data the String to be decrypted * * @return the decrypted String or {@code null} if you send the data as {@code null} */ public String decryptOrNull(String data) { try { return decrypt(data); } catch (Exception e) { e.printStackTrace(); return null; } } /** * This is a sugar method that calls decrypt method in background, it is a good idea to use this * one instead the default method because decryption can take several time and with this method * the process occurs in a AsyncTask, other advantage is the Callback with separated methods, * one for success and other for the exception * * @param data the String to be decrypted * @param callback the Callback to handle the results */ public void decryptAsync(final String data, final Callback callback) { if (callback == null) return; new Thread(new Runnable() { @Override public void run() { try { String decrypt = decrypt(data); if (decrypt == null) { callback.onError(new Exception("Decrypt return null, it normally occurs when you send a null data")); } callback.onSuccess(decrypt); } catch (Exception e) { callback.onError(e); } } }).start(); } /** * creates a 128bit salted aes key * * @param key encoded input key * * @return aes 128 bit salted key * * @throws NoSuchAlgorithmException if no installed provider that can provide the requested * by the Builder secret key type * @throws UnsupportedEncodingException if the Builder charset name is not supported * @throws InvalidKeySpecException if the specified key specification cannot be used to * generate a secret key * @throws NullPointerException if the specified Builder secret key type is {@code null} */ private SecretKey getSecretKey(char[] key) throws NoSuchAlgorithmException, UnsupportedEncodingException, InvalidKeySpecException { SecretKeyFactory factory = SecretKeyFactory.getInstance(mBuilder.getSecretKeyType()); KeySpec spec = new PBEKeySpec(key, mBuilder.getSalt().getBytes(mBuilder.getCharsetName()), mBuilder.getIterationCount(), mBuilder.getKeyLength()); SecretKey tmp = factory.generateSecret(spec); return new SecretKeySpec(tmp.getEncoded(), mBuilder.getKeyAlgorithm()); } /** * takes in a simple string and performs an sha1 hash * that is 128 bits long...we then base64 encode it * and return the char array * * @param key simple inputted string * * @return sha1 base64 encoded representation * * @throws UnsupportedEncodingException if the Builder charset name is not supported * @throws NoSuchAlgorithmException if the Builder digest algorithm is not available * @throws NullPointerException if the Builder digest algorithm is {@code null} */ private char[] hashTheKey(String key) throws UnsupportedEncodingException, NoSuchAlgorithmException { MessageDigest messageDigest = MessageDigest.getInstance(mBuilder.getDigestAlgorithm()); messageDigest.update(key.getBytes(mBuilder.getCharsetName())); return Base64.encodeToString(messageDigest.digest(), Base64.NO_PADDING).toCharArray(); } /** * When you encrypt or decrypt in callback mode you get noticed of result using this interface */ public interface Callback { /** * Called when encrypt or decrypt job ends and the process was a success * * @param result the encrypted or decrypted String */ void onSuccess(String result); /** * Called when encrypt or decrypt job ends and has occurred an error in the process * * @param exception the Exception related to the error */ void onError(Exception exception); } /** * This class is used to create an Encryption instance, you should provide ALL data or start * with the Default Builder provided by the getDefaultBuilder method */ public static class Builder { private byte[] mIv; private int mKeyLength; private int mBase64Mode; private int mIterationCount; private String mSalt; private String mKey; private String mAlgorithm; private String mKeyAlgorithm; private String mCharsetName; private String mSecretKeyType; private String mDigestAlgorithm; private String mSecureRandomAlgorithm; private SecureRandom mSecureRandom; private IvParameterSpec mIvParameterSpec; /** * @return an default builder with the follow defaults: * the default char set is UTF-8 * the default base mode is Base64 * the Secret Key Type is the PBKDF2WithHmacSHA1 * the default salt is "some_salt" but can be anything * the default length of key is 128 * the default iteration count is 65536 * the default algorithm is AES in CBC mode and PKCS 5 Padding * the default secure random algorithm is SHA1PRNG * the default message digest algorithm SHA1 */ public static Builder getDefaultBuilder(String key, String salt, byte[] iv) { return new Builder() .setIv(iv) .setKey(key) .setSalt(salt) .setKeyLength(128) .setKeyAlgorithm("AES") .setCharsetName("UTF8") .setIterationCount(1) .setDigestAlgorithm("SHA1") .setBase64Mode(Base64.DEFAULT) .setAlgorithm("AES/CBC/PKCS5Padding") .setSecureRandomAlgorithm("SHA1PRNG") .setSecretKeyType("PBKDF2WithHmacSHA1"); } /** * Build the Encryption with the provided information * * @return a new Encryption instance with provided information * * @throws NoSuchAlgorithmException if the specified SecureRandomAlgorithm is not available * @throws NullPointerException if the SecureRandomAlgorithm is {@code null} or if the * IV byte array is null */ public Encryption build() throws NoSuchAlgorithmException { setSecureRandom(SecureRandom.getInstance(getSecureRandomAlgorithm())); setIvParameterSpec(new IvParameterSpec(getIv())); return new Encryption(this); } /** * @return the charset name */ private String getCharsetName() { return mCharsetName; } /** * @param charsetName the new charset name * * @return this instance to follow the Builder patter */ public Builder setCharsetName(String charsetName) { mCharsetName = charsetName; return this; } /** * @return the algorithm */ private String getAlgorithm() { return mAlgorithm; } /** * @param algorithm the algorithm to be used * * @return this instance to follow the Builder patter */ public Builder setAlgorithm(String algorithm) { mAlgorithm = algorithm; return this; } /** * @return the key algorithm */ private String getKeyAlgorithm() { return mKeyAlgorithm; } /** * @param keyAlgorithm the keyAlgorithm to be used in keys * * @return this instance to follow the Builder patter */ public Builder setKeyAlgorithm(String keyAlgorithm) { mKeyAlgorithm = keyAlgorithm; return this; } /** * @return the Base 64 mode */ private int getBase64Mode() { return mBase64Mode; } /** * @param base64Mode set the base 64 mode * * @return this instance to follow the Builder patter */ public Builder setBase64Mode(int base64Mode) { mBase64Mode = base64Mode; return this; } /** * @return the type of aes key that will be created, on KITKAT+ the API has changed, if you * are getting problems please @see http://android-developers.blogspot.com.br/2013/12/changes-to-secretkeyfactory-api-in.html */ private String getSecretKeyType() { return mSecretKeyType; } /** * @param secretKeyType the type of AES key that will be created, on KITKAT+ the API has * changed, if you are getting problems please @see http://android-developers.blogspot.com.br/2013/12/changes-to-secretkeyfactory-api-in.html * * @return this instance to follow the Builder patter */ public Builder setSecretKeyType(String secretKeyType) { mSecretKeyType = secretKeyType; return this; } /** * @return the value used for salting */ private String getSalt() { return mSalt; } /** * @param salt the value used for salting * * @return this instance to follow the Builder patter */ public Builder setSalt(String salt) { mSalt = salt; return this; } /** * @return the key */ private String getKey() { return mKey; } /** * @param key the key. * * @return this instance to follow the Builder patter */ public Builder setKey(String key) { mKey = key; return this; } /** * @return the length of key */ private int getKeyLength() { return mKeyLength; } /** * @param keyLength the length of key * * @return this instance to follow the Builder patter */ public Builder setKeyLength(int keyLength) { mKeyLength = keyLength; return this; } /** * @return the number of times the password is hashed */ private int getIterationCount() { return mIterationCount; } /** * @param iterationCount the number of times the password is hashed * * @return this instance to follow the Builder patter */ public Builder setIterationCount(int iterationCount) { mIterationCount = iterationCount; return this; } /** * @return the algorithm used to generate the secure random */ private String getSecureRandomAlgorithm() { return mSecureRandomAlgorithm; } /** * @param secureRandomAlgorithm the algorithm to generate the secure random * * @return this instance to follow the Builder patter */ public Builder setSecureRandomAlgorithm(String secureRandomAlgorithm) { mSecureRandomAlgorithm = secureRandomAlgorithm; return this; } /** * @return the IvParameterSpec bytes array */ private byte[] getIv() { return mIv; } /** * @param iv the byte array to create a new IvParameterSpec * * @return this instance to follow the Builder patter */ public Builder setIv(byte[] iv) { mIv = iv; return this; } /** * @return the SecureRandom */ private SecureRandom getSecureRandom() { return mSecureRandom; } /** * @param secureRandom the Secure Random * * @return this instance to follow the Builder patter */ public Builder setSecureRandom(SecureRandom secureRandom) { mSecureRandom = secureRandom; return this; } /** * @return the IvParameterSpec */ private IvParameterSpec getIvParameterSpec() { return mIvParameterSpec; } /** * @param ivParameterSpec the IvParameterSpec * * @return this instance to follow the Builder patter */ public Builder setIvParameterSpec(IvParameterSpec ivParameterSpec) { mIvParameterSpec = ivParameterSpec; return this; } /** * @return the message digest algorithm */ private String getDigestAlgorithm() { return mDigestAlgorithm; } /** * @param digestAlgorithm the algorithm to be used to get message digest instance * * @return this instance to follow the Builder patter */ public Builder setDigestAlgorithm(String digestAlgorithm) { mDigestAlgorithm = digestAlgorithm; return this; } } } 

La forma más simple es agregar esta biblioteca JAVA usando Gradle:

 compile 'se.simbio.encryption:library:2.0.0' 

Puedes usarlo tan simple como esto:

 Encryption encryption = Encryption.getDefault("Key", "Salt", new byte[16]); String encrypted = encryption.encryptOrNull("top secret string"); String decrypted = encryption.decryptOrNull(encrypted); 

Si está usando Android, puede usar la clase android.util.Base64 .

Codificar:

 passwd = Base64.encodeToString( passwd.getBytes(), Base64.DEFAULT ); 

Descodificar:

 passwd = new String( Base64.decode( passwd, Base64.DEFAULT ) ); 

Una solución simple y rápida de una sola línea.