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[jasspa] Re: voila -> separate exe file for decrype MicroEmacs 3. 8

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  • Kludszuweit Dr, Arne (A.)
    Many thanks the executable works - with tubor C 1.0 - I couldn t compile the source code (varargs not found) Do you have an similar exe and c file for the
    Message 1 of 2 , Oct 4, 1999
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      Many thanks the executable works - with tubor C 1.0 - I couldn't compile
      the source code (varargs not found)
      Do you have an similar exe and c file for the JASSPA crypt alg ?
      Thanks Arne

      -----Original Message-----
      From: Thomas Hundt [mailto:thundt@...]
      Sent: Samstag, 2. Oktober 1999 23:19
      To: jasspa@egroups.com
      Subject: [jasspa] voila -> separate exe file for decrype MicroEmacs 3.8


      At 02:20 PM 10/1/99 +0100, Kludszuweit Dr, Arne (A.) wrote:
      |I want to use the new Emacs99 - but I habe old crypted files from ver 3.8.
      |Is there a program (dos w95) or a little c or perl file available - console
      |command line tool like
      |decrypt38.exe "filename" "password" > filename.decrypt
      |Thanks
      |Arne

      Here it comes -- source code included so y'all can make fun of me
      (quickly hacked to work under msdos and visual studio 98).
      (Yes, it gives a warning when it compiles, about ignoring cmdline options.)

      Note: this is for v3.12, not v3.8. But if it doesn't work, perhaps you can
      hack it to work with that. You'll see, I just added a wrapper to the UE
      crypto routine.

      usage is: uecrypt oldfile newfile
      you will be prompted for the key

      Just tested to work with ue312win95 and MicroEmacs 4.00.

      You will be able to see how lame the encryption is -- last time I looked at
      it, I thought that if you can tell what the first couple of characters of
      the file are, you can decrypt the entire thing. I have not gotten around to
      confirming this.

      Enjoy

      -Th


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    • Kludszuweit Dr, Arne (A.)
      Do you have an descrypt38.exe and sources for the new crypt alg ? The decrypt38 works fine!!! Thanks Arne
      Message 2 of 2 , Jan 12, 2000
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        Do you have an "descrypt38.exe" and sources for the new crypt alg ?
        The decrypt38 works fine!!!
        Thanks Arne

        > -----Original Message-----
        > From: Thomas Hundt [mailto:thundt@...]
        > Sent: Sonntag, 3. Oktober 1999 00:19
        > To: jasspa@egroups.com
        > Subject: [jasspa] voila -> separate exe file for decrype
        > MicroEmacs 3.8
        >
        >
        > At 02:20 PM 10/1/99 +0100, Kludszuweit Dr, Arne (A.) wrote:
        > |I want to use the new Emacs99 - but I habe old crypted files
        > from ver 3.8.
        > |Is there a program (dos w95) or a little c or perl file
        > available - console
        > |command line tool like
        > |decrypt38.exe "filename" "password" > filename.decrypt
        > |Thanks
        > |Arne
        >
        > Here it comes -- source code included so y'all can make fun of me
        > (quickly hacked to work under msdos and visual studio 98).
        > (Yes, it gives a warning when it compiles, about ignoring
        > cmdline options.)
        >
        > Note: this is for v3.12, not v3.8. But if it doesn't work,
        > perhaps you can hack it to work with that. You'll see, I
        > just added a wrapper to the UE crypto routine.
        >
        > usage is: uecrypt oldfile newfile
        > you will be prompted for the key
        >
        > Just tested to work with ue312win95 and MicroEmacs 4.00.
        >
        > You will be able to see how lame the encryption is -- last
        > time I looked at it, I thought that if you can tell what the
        > first couple of characters of the file are, you can decrypt
        > the entire thing. I have not gotten around to confirming this.
        >
        > Enjoy
        >
        > -Th
        >
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