1993-08-04 - Re: crypto in HK

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From: murphy@s1.elec.uq.oz.au (Peter Murphy)
To: cypherpunks@toad.com
Message Hash: 8d21f241aa818d1018b505c6c934518654caeb28a399cbe6dbc0b6ddca616dd2
Message ID: <9308040106.AA28473@s2.elec.uq.oz.au>
Reply To: <199308030938.AA25459@hk.super.net>
UTC Datetime: 1993-08-04 01:09:24 UTC
Raw Date: Tue, 3 Aug 93 18:09:24 PDT

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From: murphy@s1.elec.uq.oz.au (Peter Murphy)
Date: Tue, 3 Aug 93 18:09:24 PDT
To: cypherpunks@toad.com
Subject: Re: crypto in HK
In-Reply-To: <199308030938.AA25459@hk.super.net>
Message-ID: <9308040106.AA28473@s2.elec.uq.oz.au>
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> Greetings from Hong Kong.
> I've spent the last couple weeks helping setup Hong Kong SuperNet, the
> first dialup Internet provider in China.
> Sudenly last week, it dawned on me!  I'm not in Kansas anymore!  I dont
> have to worry about ludicrous RSA patents, or antiquated export laws!
> In fact there's not much respect for any intelectual property laws
> here, but that's another matter....
> So, I have two question's:
> First, where (outside of the US) can I ftp (or mirror) the latest
> version of PGP?

Try nic.penet.fi .

> Second, does anyone know where I can find the RSA extensions for ISODE
> (often called the osisec package).  There's an ftp site in the UK, but
> the files are all des'ed, and the person with the key is ignoring my
> e-mail messages.

No idea. I'm sorry.

> brad


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