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Meh. Stuff done.

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_winterdyne_

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Been a while since I've posted.

Primogen now has functioning 1024bit Diffie-Hellman key exchange, MD5 hashing (yes, I know about the collisions), TEA encryption (only 128bit) all embedded behind some nice flexible interface classes, and powered by it's own large integer class.

Everything self-contained, everything flexible, no dependencies. Sweet. Oh, and it's cross-platform.

Next up are some better block encryption algorithms, and perhaps tiger hash...




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