Unusual behavior with rotor

Jeff Sykes jeff at cowz.com
Wed Aug 21 18:50:21 CEST 2002


Thanks, I'll take a look.

Rotor should be good enough for my purposes, but I'll bite on your other
comment. Does it have a known security hole?

Paul Rubin wrote:
> 
> Jeff Sykes <jeff at cowz.com> writes:
> > Ahh, yes, the joy of Windows. Adding the "b" to my open flags works
> > likes a charm.
> 
> Jeff, you might look at
> 
>   http://www.nightsong.com/phr/crypto/p2.py
> 
> for an encryption function written in Python that should be much more
> secure than the rotor module.  I didn't get around to making a real
> release of that module, so that .py file is a test version with a date
> check that you'll have to remove, but it has no bugs that I know of.
> Now that I'm reminded of it, I'll make an "official" release when I
> get a chance.

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