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Posted 18 Feb 2003

Generating "Random" Strings for PERL-based Cryptography

, 13 Jun 2003
This article will detail a relatively simple method for generating a random alphanumeric string for using in the implementation of various cryptographic / security schema with PERL.


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John Aldrich
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My name is John Aldrich. I have pursued programming as a hobby for the past 6 years and currently have experience in Perl (basic / intermediate), HTML (advanced), and I have recently begun to learn C/C++. I also have a profound interest in all things graphics related and and constantly working to improve my knowledge in all areas of computing. I run a home based web software company named Professional Design Resources. If you are interested in any custom programming or would be interested in collaberating on a joint project, please feel free to contact me via email, where I'll be happy to discuss such things. Serious projects only please.

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