Using Openssl, how to delete 0A from url in order to obfuscate the ids of my records in rails?


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asked Mar 11, 2016 by youAdd (1,050 points)
using built-in OpenSSL library to encrypt and decrypt idthe url be like this: http://localhost:3000/requests/Ym7c8FQQlCe5FvotzKu4yw==%0Aand i want to delete ==%0A from it. Any help will be appreciated

4 Answers

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answered Mar 25, 2016 by hoggard610 (500 points)
Follow EFF So what about those phone records now.
While rm deletes a file, shred overwrites the file.
Replacing very specific User Agent records with more generic information.
That post is available at Best Practices for Online Service Providers | Electronic Frontier Foundation
commented Mar 26, 2016 by Moncayo (210 points)
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answered Apr 2, 2016 by Scope_6305 (380 points)
You can also use ASP.NET Archive - David Truxall that would take care of it automatically
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answered May 30, 2016 by Click (160 points)
commented May 31, 2016 by ceb_Data (110 points)
We were facing this same problem and have solved it in the following manner
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answered May 30, 2016 by fb3929Boeh (950 points)
I had the same problem but this solution works. This tool was inspired by http://www.bennadel.com/blog/2612-using-the-http-service-in-angularjs-to-make-ajax-requests.htm which is just awesome

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