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Jun
19
accepted CryptoAPI to CommonCrypto with RC4
Jun
19
comment CryptoAPI to CommonCrypto with RC4
I just worked that out, after seeing this thread. Shame the Windows documentation doesn't state this. Thanks for the help.
Jun
19
comment CryptoAPI to CommonCrypto with RC4
@raz, yes it is; bFinal == TRUE
Jun
19
comment CryptoAPI to CommonCrypto with RC4
Thanks @Andrey, I tried using just 5 bytes and it still doesn't work. The input key bytes being used is "cfba3dd2ed", the data to decrypt is "eb b9 bd 6f 5d 46 8d 17 c1 88 db 78" and the Windows API returns "04 02 1f 02 73 01 01 00 00 00 ff 9b". However, the OS X API results in the following bytes: "7d b1 76 3a 87 99 a0 9a cc ef 3f 61
Jun
19
asked CryptoAPI to CommonCrypto with RC4
Sep
24
awarded  Autobiographer
Oct
29
awarded  Scholar
Oct
29
awarded  Student
Oct
29
accepted Security implications for two applications communicating with TCP/IP on localhost
Oct
29
comment Security implications for two applications communicating with TCP/IP on localhost
I thought that was the case. Thanks for confirming this.
Oct
29
revised Security implications for two applications communicating with TCP/IP on localhost
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Oct
29
asked Security implications for two applications communicating with TCP/IP on localhost
Jul
23
awarded  Supporter
May
2
awarded  Analytical