error: ProfileVersion1 requires an EncryptionKey that is 32 bytes long

Mattheis, Dirk 0 Reputation points

I have this json to commit a lob pkg:

{"fileEncryptionInfo": {"encryptionKey": "fea98d9079db2b08446d6163ca1cabb2","initializationVector": "22957e909d50f58f393333fd34cd1c70","mac": "4d3ce6bb050301cafd8f433e305640992832fcadf1d32d0138e7adb1412e8206","macKey": "d77b99406783d05f12ba1489da3340c2","profileIdentifier": "ProfileVersion1","fileDigest": "e6ca6fc13195b8e98b1a93ffdf08cd20f39b65afce48c287474653b8130f7cd9","fileDigestAlgorithm": "SHA256"}}

But I get this error:

ProfileVersion1 requires an EncryptionKey that is 32 bytes long. - Operation ID (for customer support): 00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000

Why is graph not accepting my enryption key?

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  1. Crystal-MSFT 42,956 Reputation points Microsoft Vendor

    @Mattheis, Dirk, Thanks for posting in Q&A. From the error message, I find the error is caused that the EncryptionKey you provided is not 32 bytes long. Based on my researching, one byte is the range 00000000 - 11111111 in binary, or 0x00 - 0xFF in hex. As you can see, one byte is represented in hex as a 2 characters string. Therefore, a 32-byte hex string is 64 characters long.

    In the json, I notice the "encryptionKey" is only 32 characters. Please increase it to 64 characters to see if it works.

    Hope the above information can help.

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  2. Mattheis, Dirk 0 Reputation points

    Doesn't work with either, I tried strEncryptionKey=$(openssl rand -hex 16) and strEncryptionKey=$(openssl rand -hex 32), also tried strEncryptionKey=$(openssl rand -hex 16) | base64) and strEncryptionKey=$(openssl rand -hex 32 | base64). Also, when using x-graph and viewing the javascript logging, I see that the value is 44 bytes which seems to be 32 bytes in base64.

  3. Mattheis, Dirk 0 Reputation points

    looks like $(openssl rand 32 | base64) does work but now the upload fails to commit.