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AES in java for Password Encryption/Decryption

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Hi all,

      In standalone java application, we have password, just disabled to '*', on the screen, but once the dialog is submitted, it goes to Database as plain text, and a developer, working at the database side , can very well see the password.
      I am working on password encryption for this problem. So can anybody give me code for doing this, which uses AES algorithm.


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