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The answer is: Why do the encrypted files always start with "Salted__" ("U2FsdGVkX1" in base64)? Isn't giving away information like this insecure? The encrypted files must always start with "Salted_" to interoperate with OpenSSL. OpenSSL expects this. The 8 bytes that spell "Salted_" are always immediately followed by another random 8 bytes of salt. ...
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