Hagen Paul Pfeifer
toaster at jauu.net
Tue Jun 24 14:04:02 CEST 2003
* Matthew Byng-Maddick | 2003-06-23 12:30:02 [+0100]:
>The implementation is defined in RFC2440 (which defines the packet formats
>and certain properties of the padding used to do the RSA encryption).
>Also you could have found: http://www.pgpi.org/doc/pgpintro/#p10, which
>explains about the session key.
O.K. thanks I will read!
>What it contains is the base64 encoded packet stream. The numbers are
>stored in binary. In order to do this, you'll need to patch the source,
>there doesn't appear to be an easy way to extract e and n from running
>gpg. You should be able to get at them from the ASCII armoured output by
>reading RFC2440, which should specify everything you need to know about
Now I see the light!
>> >UTSL ?
>> To difficult for me, sorry.
>Why do you need the e and n, then?
It was a lie! ;-) The right awnser is that in the near future are exams in
germany and it cost time to understand code, you know. But o.k. I will
take a look in the source. Can you tell my some entry points? E.g. prime
number generator and the stuff I need?
Standards are industry's way of codifying obsolescence.
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