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How to choose a padding mode with AES
Depending on the framework you are using, there are various padding modes that can be used with AES encryption. For example, with .NET we can choose PKCS7, ISO10126, ANSIX923, Zeros or None. I ...
Dec 16 '11 at 9:18
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