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Build your own cryptographically safe server/client protocol

, 21 Jun 2006 CPOL 269.3K 18.3K 370
This article presents all you need to implement your own secure protocol using variable keysize RSA encryption/decryption, digital signing, multi precision library, Diffie-Hellman key exchange, Rijndael, and more. Everything is converged into a secure IOCP client/server chat server.
@echo off
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echo Press any key to delete all files with ending:
echo  *.aps *.idb *.ncp *.obj *.pch *.tmp *.sbr
echo Visual c++/.Net junk 
echo ----------------------------------------------------

del /F /Q /S *.aps *.idb *.ncp *.obj *.pch *.sbr *.tmp *.pdb *.bsc *.ilk *.res *.ncb *.opt *.suo *.manifest *.dep


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