Just saw the package by @Priya_Dubey (https://gallery.uipath.com/packages/UiPathTeam.Encryption.Activities#) and I have to ask:
How is it secure if there’s no Key argument? Is it hardcoded?
For a symmetric algorithm (like Rijndael), or actually any two-way, to work, it has to have a secret, otherwise anyone having access to the implementation (so anyone who can download the package) can decrypt anything.
If it really is hardcoded, then it’s just obfuscation (which is better than nothing, but not really “encryption” anymore).
If it’s not, then how it is supplied?