If you’re doing 256-bit encryption, and your "password" is a 32-character string, then it is highly likely that the binary secret key is the ASCII values of those characters. The same applies if you are doing 128-bit encryption and you have a 16-character "password". In that case, you’ll want to set the secret key by calling
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