On Tue, Sep 15, 1998 at 02:13:47PM -0500, Manoj Srivastava wrote: > Yes, I guess I am interested in a RSAREF version, even if I > have to build on myself. > > Why should I not be? Because just making the thing RSAREF-using violates the license AFAIK. Lets see... RSAREF is slower and violates pgp license, but pgp5-i is faster and violates a patent who says you're free to use RSA non-commercially provided you use their version of it. If you can't win for losing, use the faster one. If I'm wrong about the copyright, you may consider making that RSAREF version. Better yet, since RSAREF cannot be exported, but is in non-us since somebody already HAS, let someone outside the US do it, safer that way.
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