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Illegal key size issue for AES 256 encryption

Question asked by debashis.sikdar696991 on Jun 5, 2018
Latest reply on Jun 5, 2018 by James Ahlborn

Hi,

I have created  AES-256 encryption process but due to security policy jar, not able to execute @AES-256 bit. Here AES-128 is working fine with same groovy script without any jar files.

After analysis, I came to know that to execute @AES 256, unlimited-strength JCE policy files (local_policy.jar & US_export_policy.jar) are required in security package. I have added those jar file as a custom library, but @AES-256 is showing Illegal key size issue.

Same @AES -256 groovy Script, I have executed in java environment which is working fine because required jars are already available in this path ${java.home}/jre/lib/security/.

Here need help, how to add those jar file Boomi security package or else how to execute @AES-256 bit encryption process in boomi.

Please find the attachment.

Your help would be really appreciate

Thanks

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