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Re: Basic Public key algorithms.



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On Sat, 2 Sep 1995, Perry E. Metzger wrote:

> > > No, because one patent covers public key cryptography itself, and not
> > > a particular method.
> > 
> > Point of information--I'm not flaming you Perry, but Public Key Partners 
> > claims that their patent covers all forms of Public Key Crypto.
> 
> How is this at all different from what I just said?

It isn't.  I just misread what you wrote.

Mea culpa.

Ben.
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