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Open Source Software protection system - Part 1

, 18 Apr 2004
Outlines in developing an open source implementation of a new software protection system.
#pragma once

#include <windows.h>

class EncryptionInterface
	EncryptionInterface(const char *pwd) { strncpy(_encryptionKey, pwd, 99); _encryptionKey[99] = 0; }
	virtual ~EncryptionInterface() { ZeroMemory(_encryptionKey, 100); }
	virtual DWORD encryptStream(const char *plain, const DWORD size, char *cipher) = 0;
	virtual DWORD decryptStream(const char *cipher, const DWORD size, char *plain) = 0;
    char _encryptionKey[100];	

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Kamal Shankar
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Kamal Shankar is a programming freak (or so he feels).He currently lives in the Salt Lake City and loves doing what he has been since 1990 - coding horribly Wink | ;)

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