rocket at heddway.com
Wed Jan 31 15:24:12 CET 2007
I've been searching the lists and Google, but have not found the answer to
my question... I apologize if it is well-known. I have a simple little app
that wraps the libgcrypt functions to provide a keygen, encrypt, & decrypt
functionallity. I'm able to save my keys and use files with base64-encoded
S-expressions and things seem to be working well... Now, on to my question:
What I'd like to do is save the key as a base64-encoded version of the bits.
The trouble I'm having is that I can't seem to figure out how to extract the
raw bits of the key from the gcry_sexp_t. I can use the dump & print funcs
to see the MPI values, but I just can't seem to get at what I'm going for
Is it reasonable to simply base64-encode the entire S-expression and use
that for key exchange?
Any help here would be greatly appreciated... Although I'm familiar with
the key creation & encryption algorithms, I'm a bit of a newbie to public &
private key representations.
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