Anand Kumria wildfire at progsoc.uts.edu.au
Sat Feb 21 03:56:40 CET 1998

Seen on comp.security.pgp.announce:

CTC is PGP-compatible Freeware.  It now offers PGP5.5
interoperability all ciphers (DSA, DH, 3DES, CAST5 and SHA-1).
It is released under the GPL and allows commerical use.
For more details see:-


Ian Miller <Ian_Miller at bifroest.demon.co.uk>


Since it is under the GPL it should be possible to grab things they done
nicely. Perhaps the PRNG? I've found G10's PRNG to be pretty slow (>60
mins to generate a 2K key on my 486).

Perhaps CTC and G10 can be successfully merged? I was just thinking about
pulling the hashing functions that G10 has into a library (say libhash).



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