larapack/attribute-encryption

Allows you to define what attributes in your eloquent model which should be encrypted and decrypted.

v1.0.0 2015-11-27 10:36 UTC

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Last update: 2020-10-06 00:46:54 UTC


README

Allows you to define what attributes in your eloquent model which should be encrypted and decrypted.

Installing

Install using Composer composer require larapack/attribute-encryption 1.*.

Usage

First add the traits Manipulateable and Encryptable to your Eloquent Model.

<?php

namespace App;

use Larapack/AttributeManipulating/Manipulateable;
use Larapack/AttributeEncryption/Encryptable;

class User
{
  use Manipulateable;
  use Encryptable;
  
  /**
   * @var array List of attribute names which should be encrypted
   */ 
  protected $encrypt = ['password']; // set the attribute names you which to encrypt/decrypt
  
  //...
}

Now whenever you set the attribute password it will now be encrypted and whenever you get the attribute it will be decrypted.

Test:

$user = new App\User;
$user->password = 'secret';
echo $user->getOriginalAttribute('password'); // Here you will see the encrypted password
dump($user); // Here you will see the encrypted password
echo $user->password; // Here you will see the decrypted password