Simply fire a GET request,
specifying plaintext as a parameter that will be encrypted. In return you will get the base64 encoded
ciphertext along with the key and initialization vector that was used (generated randomly every time).
If you prefer, you can pass through the base64 encoded 256 bit key and iv that you want to use
Using a GET request, just specify the base64 encoded ciphertext, iv and key parameters. If it's not working from your browser, did you remember to url encode the base64 encoded values?Example: Decrypt
Using a POST request (no nasty url encoding necessary), just specify the base64 encoded ciphertext, iv and key parameters.Example: