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  • Lockbox — Now for sale in the Scirra Store!

    https://www.scirra.com/store/construct2-plugins/lockbox-2495

    <p>Add data encryption, data hashing, password strength checking,and email address suggestion features to your Construct 2 application.</p><p>Example hosted here:</p><p>https://lockegames.com/examples/lockebox/</p><p>Tutorial hosted here:</p><p>https://www.scirra.com/tutorials/5364/lockbox-plugin</p>

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  • Hi guys,

    I'm attempting to use your Lockbox to encrypt Web socket data before sending. The Construct part is fine, it's working well, but I'm having trouble decrypting on the other side (I've tried a NodeJS server and .NET) Are there any examples of the backend required to decrypt the resulting AES/CCM protocol? This seems like a particularly difficult protocol to decrypt as IV length can vary according to data length, or am I mistaken?

    Thanks!

  • Hi guys,

    I'm attempting to use your Lockbox to encrypt Web socket data before sending. The Construct part is fine, it's working well, but I'm having trouble decrypting on the other side (I've tried a NodeJS server and .NET) Are there any examples of the backend required to decrypt the resulting AES/CCM protocol? This seems like a particularly difficult protocol to decrypt as IV length can vary according to data length, or am I mistaken?

    Thanks!

    Let me look into that. Is there an email address I can communicate with you, to speed up the process? You can reach me at

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  • BrandInMotion You can probably find something here to use as a starting example. Hope it helps.

    Hi guys,

    I'm attempting to use your Lockbox to encrypt Web socket data before sending. The Construct part is fine, it's working well, but I'm having trouble decrypting on the other side (I've tried a NodeJS server and .NET) Are there any examples of the backend required to decrypt the resulting AES/CCM protocol? This seems like a particularly difficult protocol to decrypt as IV length can vary according to data length, or am I mistaken?

    Thanks!

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