How to use _load_key method in autotest

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...29 key = Fernet.generate_key()30 with open(self.key_path, "wb") as key_file:31 key_file.write(key)3233 def _load_key(self) -> bytes:34 """35 Reading the encryption key.36 :return: encryption key37 """38 return open(self.key_path, "rb").read()3940 def _encrypt(self, decrypted_data: bytes, key: bytes) -> bytes:41 """42 Data encryption.43 :param decrypted_data: data for decrypt44 :param key: encryption key45 :return: decrypted data46 """47 f = Fernet(key)48 return f.encrypt(decrypted_data)4950 def _decrypt(self, encrypted_data: bytes, key: bytes) -> bytes:51 """52 Data decryption.53 :param encrypted_data: data for encrypt54 :param key: encryption key55 :return: encrypted data56 """57 f = Fernet(key)58 return f.decrypt(encrypted_data)5960 def return_secured_module(self, path_to_secured_module: str) -> dict:61 """62 Return the decrypted python secured module.63 :param path_to_secured_module: Path to source secured python module64 :return: dict65 """66 # Load the key67 key = self._load_key()6869 # Read the file70 file = open(path_to_secured_module, "rb")71 encrypted_data = # Ger split string74 split_str = self._load_key()[-4:]7576 # Get data77 all_data = encrypted_data.split(split_str)7879 # Decryption process80 out_dict = {}8182 for data in all_data[0:-1]:83 decrypted_data = self._decrypt(data, key)8485 tree = ast.parse(decrypted_data)86 for node in tree.body:87 out_dict.update({node.targets[0].id: ast.literal_eval(node.value)})8889 return out_dict9091 def create_secured_module(92 self,93 path_to_opened_module: str = os.path.join(94 os.path.abspath(os.path.dirname(__file__)), ""95 ),96 path_to_secured_module: str = os.path.join(97 os.path.abspath(os.path.dirname(__file__)), ""98 ),99 create_key: bool = True,100 delete_source_opened_module: bool = False,101 ) -> None:102 """103 Encryption python module.104 :param path_to_opened_module: path to opened python module105 :param path_to_secured_module: path to secured python module106 :param create_key: create encryption key107 :param delete_source_opened_module: delete opened python module108 :return: none109 """110 # Write the key111 if create_key:112 self._write_key()113114 key = self._load_key()115116 file = open(path_to_opened_module, "rb")117118 tree = ast.parse( # Create the empty file121 __empty_file = open(path_to_secured_module, "wb")122 __empty_file.close()123124 # Take the last 4 symbols for split125 split_str = self._load_key()[-4:]126127 # Encryption process128 with open(path_to_secured_module, "ab") as file:129 for node in tree.body:130 # if dict type131 if type(ast.literal_eval(node.value)) == dict:132 _values = json.dumps(133 ast.literal_eval(node.value), ensure_ascii=False, indent=2134 ).encode("utf-8")135 # if other type136 else:137 _values = json.dumps(138 ast.literal_eval(node.value), ensure_ascii=False139 ).encode("utf-8")140 # Encrypt141 _name = bytes(node.targets[0].id, encoding="utf-8")142 _ = _name + b" = " + _values143 encrypted_data = self._encrypt(_, key)144 file.write(encrypted_data + split_str)145146 # Delete source python module147 if delete_source_opened_module:148 os.remove(path_to_opened_module)149150 def create_opened_module(151 self,152 path_to_secured_module: str = os.path.join(153 os.path.abspath(os.path.dirname(__file__)), ""154 ),155 path_to_opened_module: str = os.path.join(156 os.path.abspath(os.path.dirname(__file__)), ""157 ),158 ) -> None:159 """160 Decryption python module.161 :param path_to_secured_module: path to secured python module162 :param path_to_opened_module: path to opened python module163 :return: none164 """165 # Load the key166 key = self._load_key()167168 # Read the file169 file = open(path_to_secured_module, "rb")170 encrypted_data = # Get split string173 split_str = self._load_key()[-4:]174175 # Get data176 all_data = encrypted_data.split(split_str)177178 # Decryption process179 with open(path_to_opened_module, "wb") as file:180 for data in all_data[0:-1]:181 decrypted_data = self._decrypt(data, key) ...

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...18 self._local = {}19 self._lock = Lock()20 def __getitem__(self, key):21 with self._lock:22 return self._load_key(key)23 def _load_key(self, key):24 if key in self._local:25 return self._local[key]26 rv = loads(self._fs[key])27 self._local[key] = rv28 return rv29 def __setitem__(self, key, value):30 self._local[key] = value31 def __delitem__(self, key, value):32 with self._lock:33 self._local.pop(key, None)34 if self._fs.has_key(key):35 del self._fs[key]36 def __del__(self):37 self.close()38 def __contains__(self, key):39 with self._lock:40 try:41 self._load_key(key)42 except KeyError:43 pass44 return key in self._local45 def setdefault(self, key, factory):46 with self._lock:47 try:48 rv = self._load_key(key)49 except KeyError:50 self._local[key] = rv = factory()51 return rv52 def sync(self):53 with self._lock:54 for key, value in self._local.iteritems():55 self._fs[key] = dumps(value, 2)56 self._fs.sync()57 def close(self):58 try:59 self.sync()60 self._fs.close()61 except:62 pass

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