Encryption or SHA - URGENT PLEASE
janschenkel at yahoo.com
Fri Jun 11 11:28:26 CDT 2004
--- Geoff Caplan <geoff at advantae.com> wrote:
> By a strange twist of fate I am helping someone with
> a commercial
> Transcript project with a tight deadline on my first
> day as a
> Transcript hacker!
> We URGENTLY need a recognised 2 way encryption
> algorithm - has anyone
> done one please? Don't have time to do it from
> Failing that, the SHA asked for earlier today would
> do as our main
> need is to protect from tampering.
> There appears to be no encryption at all in
> Transcript, which makes it
> hard to send data over the net. This is a pretty big
> gap... especially
> for the corporates. As there is C code freely
> available for these
> algorithms there is surely no excuse for RunRev not
> sorting this...
> Geoff Caplan
Have a look at a simple encryption algorithm as
devised by Richard Gaskin, and published on the
revJournal website :
Hope this helped,
"As we grow older, we grow both wiser and more foolish at the same time." (La Rochefoucauld)
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