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3bood.ghzawi wrote:
How we can differentiate between an encrypted and none encrypted txt???


You can't, not without decrypting. It is possible to perform a preliminary check to see whether the decryption "string" is HEX (which encrypted strings are), but not all HEX strings are encrypted information. The only reliable way is to attempt to decrypt, even then it only checks for the decryption key.

Also this is worrying:

3bood.ghzawi wrote:

// Get the key from config file<br />
            string key = (string)settingsReader.GetValue("SecurityKey", typeof(String));

The app config is by-and-large publicly available, and the key *MUST*
be kept secret for the cryptography to be worth anything.

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