[Date Prev][Date Next][Thread Prev][Thread Next][Date Index][Thread Index]
Crypto DLL's/SSLeay 0.4.5
Just in case people are interested, I've put the most recent version of
my SSL (SSLeay) library up on ftp://ftp.psy.uq.oz.au/pub/Crypto/SSL/
The big differece with this realease is that it builds under Windows 3.1.
The DLL's for the libraries are there as well as the ported demo programs.
I've used Borland C 4.0 and the .IDE file plus source code are in the
The DLL's contain routines for MD2, MD5, RC4, DES (every mode you could
want :-), IDEA, RSA, SSL and all the X509 etc stuff that is part of life
with SSL. The library even compiled under MSDOS :-).
Since my code base will always be unix first, the code is not optimised
for 16bit and probably never will be, but still, the algorithms work and
the code is free for comercial and non-comercial use. The applications
need work to make them nice under Windows, but hell, I'm only writing a
On the PGPphone issue, I Personally I feel SSLphone would be a much
better way of doing things. If some-one has a 'voice' over modem program
already, they should be able to slip SSL into it in only a few days.
For phone over modem, authentication is not really required and what
exists in my library is everything required for the encryption side of
those URL's again
Eric Young | Signature removed since it was generating
AARNet: [email protected] | more followups that the message contents :-)