1996-02-12 - Re: Free end-to-end encryption code?

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From: Ed Carp <erc@dal1820.computek.net>
To: Steve Willer <willer@carolian.com>
Message Hash: 2c3a8e8203925f6be4cfabc691a9e2a4ce42410101cc2f4e446d67dfbc9f0f37
Message ID: <Pine.3.89.9602120956.C6693-0100000@dal1820.computek.net>
Reply To: <311f5807.109332@saturn>
UTC Datetime: 1996-02-12 18:45:22 UTC
Raw Date: Tue, 13 Feb 1996 02:45:22 +0800

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From: Ed Carp <erc@dal1820.computek.net>
Date: Tue, 13 Feb 1996 02:45:22 +0800
To: Steve Willer <willer@carolian.com>
Subject: Re: Free end-to-end encryption code?
In-Reply-To: <311f5807.109332@saturn>
Message-ID: <Pine.3.89.9602120956.C6693-0100000@dal1820.computek.net>
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On Mon, 12 Feb 1996, Steve Willer wrote:

> As a side project, to support remote mail and news pickup through the
> Internet to my company's servers (through a firewall), I've been
> slowly writing an end-to-end encryption program. Essentially, the idea

Why reinvent the wheel?  Lots of end-to-end stuff out there - I use ssh, 
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