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mail Encryption

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hi,

i was wondering if i can use SHA 256 to incript emails in adobe campaign and how can i do it if its posible.

I think adobe doesnt alow it

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Hi Daniel,

Sha256 is a hash function. It will create a hash value which is unique for the particular input. But it is almost impossible to do the reverse (get the input from the hash). You can try the "crypString()" function. It will encrypt the input with the default key (if no key is specified). Then you can use decryptString() to get back your input.

Here you can get a good reference.

SHA: Secure Hashing Algorithm - Computerphile - YouTube

Thanks

Saikat

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Hi wkt,

It depends of your RDBMS (DB engine) version: either you can use the factory function SHA256 directly in the Query assistant (advanced tab) if your DB engine version supports it (as for MD5 encryption), or you can use it in Javascript code by using the JSAPI function as is:

digestStrSha256(source.target__addressSpecific)

(here with nms:subscription addressSpecific field, but of course you can do it with nms:recipient.email field).

Please see below the Query expression editor/advanced choice:
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Regards

J-Serge

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Hello,

Thanks for the answer , but  how can i des-encrypt  the same encryptation?

regards.

Daniel.

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Hi Daniel,

Sha256 is a hash function. It will create a hash value which is unique for the particular input. But it is almost impossible to do the reverse (get the input from the hash). You can try the "crypString()" function. It will encrypt the input with the default key (if no key is specified). Then you can use decryptString() to get back your input.

Here you can get a good reference.

SHA: Secure Hashing Algorithm - Computerphile - YouTube

Thanks

Saikat