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Rijndael Encryption

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Submitted on: 7/7/2001 9:30:56 PM
By: Syllva Tech Software 
Level: Advanced
User Rating: By 10 Users
Compatibility: VB 5.0, VB 6.0
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     NIST (National Institute of Standards and Technology) announced its acceptance of the Rijdael encryption algorithm. Originally written in ANSI C and then C++, a Visual Basic version was released in April 2001. Here it is for all of you who would like to add another algorithm to your collection. More information about the Rijndael algorithm can be found at: http://csrc.nist.gov/encryption/aes/rijndael
 
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7/7/2001 9:49:48 PMQueen City Software

You can also find more information here, along with implementations in other (programming) languages.
http://www.esat.kuleuven.ac.be/~rijmen/rijndael/
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7/20/2001 4:20:37 AMBigCalm

Wonderful. It's just sad that most people on this site won't realise it...
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7/25/2001 7:26:27 AMBitwise

I find it to multiply the length of the string to a point where it is no longer practical for a reversable encryption.
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8/18/2001 9:23:46 PMVery Happy

Thank you from everyone sick of DES...
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7/31/2002 5:40:30 AMJoseph Gama

Thank you, I voted 5 for the excellent work.
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11/29/2002 9:20:10 AMGarfield_X

Mmmm the code goes wrong if using a number (say 5000) and not using hex.
Do you have an update?
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