Try

http://www.obviex.com/samples/encryption.aspx or

http://dotnet.org.za/deon/articles/2998.aspx (if you do a Google search, you

will find many more; I was too lazy to go through more than the first dozen

of the returned result).

Alek

"Steve Kallal" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message

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> Thanks Alek,

>

> Can you point me to an online sample where the ciphertext output is always

> produced the same with the same inputs.

>

> Thanks,

>

> Steve

>

> "Alek Davis" wrote:

>

> > Steve,

> >

> > Every encryption algorithm when used with the same key (and
initialization

> > vector, IV, if applicable) will produce the same ciphertext value from
the

> > same plaintext value. Are you saying that you cannot find a sample code
that

> > would allow you to encrypt the same value (with the same key and IV) and

> > generate the consistent result? If this is the case, you may not be
doing it

> > correctly. Please forget about your application for a moment and just
try to

> > solve the problem with a simple text string. There are many examples
online

> > explaining ho to do this. If this is not the case, and you cannot
achieve

> > consistent results for your particular application (not really sure what
you

> > are doing regarding caching of the ASP.NET pages), then you need to
focus on

> > the inputs. Make sure that plaintext converted to byte arrays, and key

> > characteristics (key bytes, or password, IV, salt, password iterations,

> > hashing algorithm) are the same.

> >

> > Alek

> >

>