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8261462: GCM ByteBuffer decryption problems #2487

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Hi,

I need a review of these two simple fixes. One just sets the input bytebuffer position to the limit upon completion of decryption. The second calls the CipherCore method to clear the state from the previous operation.

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I will take a look. Thanks!

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Changes look good. Only nit is the copyright year of the 2 source files should be updated.

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ascarpino commented Mar 8, 2021

Wow.. I'm surprised those copyrights weren't changed. Thanks for the review

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/integrate

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@ascarpino ascarpino deleted the gcmfix branch March 30, 2021 21:23
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