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Revision b45ade85

Added by William Bradford Clark 5 months ago

Use url-safe base64 encoding for Fernet key

Fernet.generate_key() (from Python's cryptography.fernet module) generates 32 pseudorandom bytes in url-safe base64-encoded form, i.e. using the url-safe base64 alphabet described in

This commit converts the output from the openssl command used to generate the Fernet key to the same url-safe base64 alphabet. This is technically not required as Python's urlsafe_b64decode function will translate to the url-safe alphabet when loading the key; however we might as well store the key using the same base64 alphabet which is used internally by cryptography.frenet

refs: #8704