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Data Decryption

Data Decryption

Data Decryption

(OP)
I'm trying to use the _cryptapi and VFP9 to decrypt a file.

I know the following :

The password. It is 24 Bytes long.
The CSP needs to be Microsoft Enhanced Cryptographic Provider v1.0
Data encryption standard is 3DES
Encryption mode is ECB

I can't get the right result from _cryptapi class. Changing the provider in Wincrypt.h doesn't seem to make any difference.
Can anyone tell me how to configure _crytapi to work with the above values, or is there another class or Active X that would be suitable ?

Cheers
Andy

RE: Data Decryption

Not to be insensitive, but what does this have to do with SBT?

Matthew Lefkowitz
Lefkowitz Systems, Inc.
www.lefkowitzsys.com

RE: Data Decryption

(OP)
My apologies.
Wrong category and I couldn't find out how to remove it.
SBT (Sorry Bout That)

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