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What encryption is used in the rtsz files when enabled?

Can you elaborate on the encryption used for the Royal TS files?  Any information/transparency would be appreciated.


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Hi Jon,


Royal TS is using AES 256 bit encryption for passwords and documents. If no password is provided, a static key is used to encrypt the passwords to avoid them being as plain text in the document. When you provide a document password, encryption is done using the provided password. This also means that if you forget your password, there's no way to retrieve your passwords in the documents.


Let me know if this answers your question.


Regards,

Stefan


Thanks Stefan, that's what I was looking for!

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Hi Jon,


Royal TS is using AES 256 bit encryption for passwords and documents. If no password is provided, a static key is used to encrypt the passwords to avoid them being as plain text in the document. When you provide a document password, encryption is done using the provided password. This also means that if you forget your password, there's no way to retrieve your passwords in the documents.


Let me know if this answers your question.


Regards,

Stefan


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