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Re: Redhat crypto archive on replay
There are some good tools there.
You don't have to have RedHat to use rpm packages -- it will work with
other Linux distributions. Rpm is available at:
On Sun, 7 Sep 1997, Bill Stewart wrote:
> I forget where I saw the below message announcing stext for Linux,
> but there is a nice collection of crypto packages at
> http://www.replay.com/redhat .
> Unfortunately, they're in RedHat Package Manager format,
> so they may be a shade difficult to use for non-Redhat users,
> but Redhat does seem to be a fairly popular Linux flavor.
> >---------- Forwarded message ----------
> >From: Hans Zoebelein <[email protected]>
> >To: [email protected]
> >Subject: stext-1.0 stegano crypto package uploaded
> >Resent-Date: 4 Sep 1997 03:28:09 -0000
> >there is a nice crypto rpm, which uses steganograpic techniques
> >to hide a file in another text file which looks like normal text.
> >The packages are stext-1.0-1.i386.rpm and stext-1.01.src.rpm
> >Binary and source should be dloadable from
> >the next days. Or check ftp.replay.com/pub/crypto/linux/redhat.
> >This package might be useful to handle crypted files in countries,
> >where authorities love their citizens so much, that they want to
> >know everything about them and have forbidden strong crypto
> >(Hello China, Bon Jour France :)
> >Hans Zoebelein * You are interested in Linux blind support?
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