Poor man's encrypted data
monte at sweattechnologies.com
Sat Apr 5 20:32:01 CST 2003
> So with that out of the way, we're back to the original question:
> for what
> uses would a hard-to-break but not military-grade encryption be
I faintly remember that the password protection is 128 bit encryption so I
assume it's equivalent to SSL in it's strength. I think this is the reason
the US Government won't let MC/Rev be exported to some countries. I guess
the critical thing is that you make it difficult for someone to work out the
passkey. Once that's public then you offer no protection at all.
By the way I think Rev does this for their order form so that's one use.
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