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BouncyCastle for J2ME (RC4)

Michael Tan

Joined: Jul 07, 2009
Posts: 6
hello, how do i create a RC4 object to do encryption/decryption?

can somebody please teach me how to write such a class or refer me to a tutorial/example?

Tim Holloway
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Tim Holloway
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Thanks, Michael. You may want to do a quick search of this forum for "Bouncy Castle". I haven't dealt with BC in a while, but several people here have, so their experiences may prove illuminating.
I agree. Here's the link:
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