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could someone please let me know the encryption level of the encrypt function of coldfusion....
as far as i know it supports onjly 32 bit encryption...are there any chances of it supporting any other encryption levels....
has anything happenend in coldfusion7?

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It depends on what version of Adobe's CF Server you're using. If you're using 8 or 9, then there are multiple levels of encryption with multiple encryption types supported.

Here's the ACF9 docs that could explain a bit more:

http://help.adobe.com/en_US/ColdFusion/9.0/CFMLRef/WSc3ff6d0ea77859461172e0811cbec22c24-7c2f.html


Open-Source CFML engines also support multiple levels of encryption, with multiple algorithms:

http://openbluedragon.org/docs/?function=encrypt

Hope this helps!

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ColdFusion also has access to its Java layer, so I would look into Java encryption and calling it from ColdFusion.

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how to encrypt & decrypt an image file
plz rply soon.........

It would be better to start your own question, rather than tacking on a question to a thread written in 2006...

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