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'Encryption/Decryption with .NET' Modified (Frank Fangs' Code) CCW and VB

, 19 May 2002
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Modified version of Frank Fang's code ported to VB and made CCW.


This is a modified version of "Encryption/Decryption with .NET" by Frank Fang. This version has been ported to VB and is also a CCW. A COM Callable Wrapper allows you to use the .NET class in VB 6.0.

I have included two tester applications, just forms that you can use to test the encryption/decryption. The key is hard coded, you can change it in the form variables.

Here is a link to the original author's submission: Encryption/Decryption with .NET.


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Comments and Discussions

Generalfine Pinmembervengadanathan22-Jan-07 20:41 
Generalsocket programming Pinsussprompter3-Oct-04 22:34 
GeneralError: Bad Data PinmemberLuckyWolf1911-Dec-02 10:57 
GeneralRe: Error: Bad Data PinmemberDan Elebash12-Dec-02 5:54 
GeneralRe: Error: Bad Data PinmemberTienDT30-Jan-04 0:48 
QuestionVB6? Pinmemberjimtxas20-Nov-02 4:43 
AnswerRe: VB6? PinmemberDan Elebash20-Nov-02 7:00 
QuestionHardcoded signature key? PinsussRBP1-Oct-02 6:52 
AnswerRe: Hardcoded signature key? PinmemberDan Elebash1-Oct-02 6:58 
QuestionHow to use the Cryptovb.dll in VB 6.0? Pinmemberbryanli26-May-02 18:17 
AnswerRe: How to use the Cryptovb.dll in VB 6.0? PinmemberDan Elebash27-May-02 6:58 
GeneralRe: How to use the Cryptovb.dll in VB 6.0? Pinmemberbryanli27-May-02 20:41 

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