I just installed Linux (Ubuntu) for the first time and downloaded package OpenSSL as well. Opened command line as well and tried some commands but none of them worked.
So what I have is initial vector:
5a04ec902686fb05a6b7a338b6e07760, also have ciphertext:
14c4e6965fc2ed2cd358754494aceffa and the corresponding plaintext:
We're blown. Run
Now I imagine there must be a command where you enter the initial vector and the plaintext and as a result you should get the ciphertext...? Antother possibility: Enter initial vector and ciphertext, get the plaintext.
But how can I do this in the command line? I've already tried the command:
openssl aes-256-cbc -e -nosalt -a -in input.txt -out output.txt -k key -iv ivkey
input.txt: I have created this file on my Desktop and wrote the plaintext in it. About
output.txt, I created it as well and put it on Desktop, it's empty. After using this command, nothing happens!
Is there any other command that could help me? I have also tried to find some helpful tool on the internet but nothing seemed to work! : /