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devel:remote_control [2021/09/15 20:14]
la7eca [Encryption]
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la7eca [Encryption]
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 From v. 2.8 we may encrypt userids. This may be necessary to comply with privacy regulations (GDPR). It is possible to specify in the setup for which servers this is to be used. If on, the ident is encrypted using AES (128bit) where key is generated from the password (same as used for authenticating messages). An initialisation vector is used, where the two first bytes are random and the third byte is the day of the year (modulo 256). The two random bytes are used as a prefix on the encrypted id. The resulting length is either 144 or 272 bits depending on the length of the id. The encrypted id (prefixed) is encoded using base64. From v. 2.8 we may encrypt userids. This may be necessary to comply with privacy regulations (GDPR). It is possible to specify in the setup for which servers this is to be used. If on, the ident is encrypted using AES (128bit) where key is generated from the password (same as used for authenticating messages). An initialisation vector is used, where the two first bytes are random and the third byte is the day of the year (modulo 256). The two random bytes are used as a prefix on the encrypted id. The resulting length is either 144 or 272 bits depending on the length of the id. The encrypted id (prefixed) is encoded using base64.
  
-Before activating encryption for messages to be sent over radio, be sure to check the HAM radio regulations in your country.+Before activating encryption for messages to be sent over amateur ​radio, be sure to check the HAM radio regulations in your country.
  
  
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