Richard Tookey wrote:Do you mean AES rather than Rijndael ? AES implements a 'subset' of Rijndael allowing a 128 bit block size and 128, 256 or 384 bit key. It is common in the literature to refer to Rijndael when AES is actually meant.
amol gholap.rock wrote:Hi,
I have the code but its given in VB language..
i am the java guy ,dont have the knowledge of VB.
and my application is in JAVA.
amol gholap.rock wrote:At least give me some standard code with (Rijndeal Algo)256 keybit ,so that i can proceed.or any ref site if you can.