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PGP encryption from VB?

tlcbctlcbc Posts: 2Member
I have a client that needs to encrypt and decrypt files using PGP encryption. Unfortunately they cannot get authorisation to purchase the full PGP software for each PC that needs to do this so we are trying to find a way to do it from within the VB program in a way that does not require the full PGP commercial software. Does anyone have any suggestions on this? I have tried one product called Cryptlib and have been able to encrypt successfully but not decrypt a message.

Thanks,
Terry

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  • JonathanJonathan Posts: 2,914Member
    : I have a client that needs to encrypt and decrypt files using PGP encryption. Unfortunately they cannot get authorisation to purchase the full PGP software for each PC that needs to do this so we are trying to find a way to do it from within the VB program in a way that does not require the full PGP commercial software. Does anyone have any suggestions on this? I have tried one product called Cryptlib and have been able to encrypt successfully but not decrypt a message.
    :
    Maybe look into GPG - the GNU (Free Software) implementation of PGP. Check the license is OK for what you plan to do with it, but it's freely available and redistributable provided you meet the terms of the license agreement.

    Jonathan

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