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Re: CJR for perl-RSA t-shirt
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Hello Raph Levien <[email protected]>
> Here is a draft of the CJR I intend to file, for the perl-RSA t-shirt.
IANAL, and I know absolutely *nothing* about what a CJR should look like.
> ORIGIN OF COMMODITY
> The cryptographic algorithm implemented in this t-shirt comes from
> various sources, at various times, and was produced with both private
> and public sources of funding.
I don't think this is accurate: I guess this applies to the book
which contains several algorithms. As far as I know, the RSA alg.
comes from one source at one time.
> CURRENT USE
> The t-shirt is intended as an implementation of the RSA cipher for
> those who wish to incorporate encryption into their communications.
> The small size of the implementation makes it particularly useful in
> contexts in which existing cryptographic infrastructure is not
Perhaps somebody should make IDEA shorts?
Then it would be interoperable with PGP...
(Would tooooo. You just have to remember what the header is.)
Hope that makes sense...
If you want an answer, please mail to <[email protected]>.
On sweeney, I may delete without reading!
PGP 463A14D5 (but it's at home so it'll take a day or two)
PGP EF0607F9 (but it's at uni so don't rely on it too much)
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