Crypt::Keyczar::Encrypter - used strictly to encrypt data
use Crypt::Keyczar::Encrypter; my $encrypter = Crypt::Keyczar::Encrypter->new('/path/to/keyset'); my $cipher_text = $encrypter->encrypt('Secret message'); use Crypt::Keyczar::FileReader; my $key_reader = Crypt::Keyczar::FileReader->new('/path/to/keyset'); $encrypter = Crypt::Keyczar::Encrypter->new($key_reader); $cipher_text = $encrypter->encrypt('Secret message');
Crypt::Keyczar::Encrypter are used strictly to encrypt data. Typically, Encrypters will read sets of symmetric keys, although may also be instantiated with set of public keys.
Create a new Encrypter with a file-based keyset location. This will attempt to read the keys using a Crypt::Keyczar::FileReader. The corresponding key set must have a purpose of either crypt.
Encrypt the given $input. return the encrypted cipher text.
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