Version 2.0 is here with the long and often requested feature of Bi-Directional Communication with Server.
Frederik Lassen provided me with the right hints and helped me implementing the new version (Thanks to you )
Much credit also goes to Chris Veness for his nice AES implementation which jCryption uses now.
I hope you like the new version …
Every word is welcome … so long
In his example he uses jCryption to encrypt the users password with the simple string encryption.
Very nice example, very nice article.
Back in action!
I just released version 1.2 of jCryption.
It’s much much faster either if you use the new PHP 5.3 version or the old PHP 4 version which now has pre generated keypairs.
The generator to generate keypairs yourself is also included.
I cleaned up all examples to match them with the ones that are actually on the page.
Also tested it with jQuery 1.6.1 and it works.
Please if you have any further improvments or issues report them on the Github page (https://github.com/HazAT/jCryption)
I moved jCryption to Github because I got some improvement suggestions.
You can find it here and fork it if you like
A new option has also been added … thanks to rsepulveda2 and his nice project (https://github.com/rsepulveda2/rsa-form)
Hello everyone …
It’s been a long time since I updated jCryption.
But the time has come …
jCryption 1.1 is here …
The biggest change is that you now can encrypt any string not just a form …
But it’s still as easy as before to encrypt a whole form.
For more information check out the new example & doc page.
jCryption has been featured in the new issue of (IN)Secure Magazine on page 8.
The new version is released.
For some more information see the changelog.
By the way, please change your PHP code so the Session variables (keys) will be unset on every request, because this prevents reply/cipher/plain-text attacks.
You can see it when you download the new examples or take a look in the PHP documentation.
Finally, jCryption version 1.0 is online now and free available for everyone.
You can download it on the jCryption Google Code site http://code.google.com/p/jcryption/.
Please give me your feedback how you like the site and jCryption itself.
I proundly present the jCryption.org Homepage.
I hope you enjoy your visit here and find my plugin in some of way useful.
If you have any advice, do not hesitate to contact me per mail or leave a comment here.