----- Original Message -----
From: "Darran Lofthouse"
Sent: Tuesday, May 17, 2016 5:54:50 PM
Subject: Re: [wildfly-dev] Specify algorithm and key-size for password vault in WildFly?
If this issue is not critical I think we should leave it as is - this is
all being superseded by Elytron.
Sure, I will add a comment on the issue. Thanks.
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On 17/05/16 03:23, Lin Gao wrote:
> There is a Jira: WFLY-6569 open about password vault, which asks for
> specifying KEY_SIZE to encrypt the sensitive data in vault data file.
> The key size is bound up with the algorithm it uses, currently the
> vault.sh|.bat only allows AES(no place to specify other algorithm) to
> encrypt sensitive data, and uses key size of 128.
> Alougth we can specify the key size after doing some fix, it needs extra
> set-up work for some JDKs(like Oracle JDKs) to be able to use key size of
> 192 and 256 for AES. This leads to that only specifying the key size is
> not so worthy.
> Maybe we should specify both algorithm and key size to encrypt the vault
>  https://issues.jboss.org/browse/WFLY-6569
> Lin Gao
> Software Engineer
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