mcrypt_module_get_supported_key_sizes

(PHP 4 >= 4.0.2, PHP 5)

mcrypt_module_get_supported_key_sizesReturns an array with the supported keysizes of the opened algorithm

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array mcrypt_module_get_supported_key_sizes ( string $algorithm [, string $lib_dir ] )

Returns an array with the key sizes supported by the specified algorithm. If it returns an empty array then all key sizes between 1 and mcrypt_module_get_algo_key_size() are supported by the algorithm.

Parameter-Liste

algorithm

The algorithm to be used.

lib_dir

The optional lib_dir parameter can contain the location where the algorithm module is on the system.

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Returns an array with the key sizes supported by the specified algorithm. If it returns an empty array then all key sizes between 1 and mcrypt_module_get_algo_key_size() are supported by the algorithm.

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Daniel Bartlett <dan at lockedbox dot net>
10 years ago
A small bit of php for listing available encryption algorythms and their keysizes.

<?php
$cipher_dir
= "/usr/local/lib/libmcrypt";
$algorithms = mcrypt_list_algorithms($cipher_dir);
echo
"<html><head></head><body><table><tr>\n";
foreach (
$algorithms as $cipher) {
        echo
"<td>" . $cipher . "</td><td>";
       
$ksizes = mcrypt_module_get_supported_key_sizes($cipher, $cipher_dir);
        if(
$ksizes==NULL) echo mcrypt_module_get_algo_key_size($cipher, $cipher_dir);
        else foreach (
$ksizes as $size) {
                echo
$size . " ";
        }
        echo
"</td></tr>\n";
}
echo
"</table></body></html>\n";
?>

I hope some one finds it handy.
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