ezPyCrypto encryption using only public key problem.
Adrian St. Onge
astonge at telus.net
Mon Jun 16 00:59:50 CEST 2003
Ok, I can see commenting out the bad line, etc..
But the bad line show that you can't encrypt something with ezPyCrypto with out
a private key also. How would I go about encrypting something for someone else
public key, when the lib requires (it shouldn't) to have a private/public key
Unless I'm going about it the wrong way, or misunderstood what this library is
-- Adrian St. Onge
"Peter Hansen" <peter at engcorp.com> wrote in message
news:3EECD55B.B3EB7982 at engcorp.com...
> I encountered the same issue (at least with the example #3) so I
> just commented out the offending (and apparently unnecessary) line
> in the source and carried on... My guess was that it was left
> there from development debugging or something.
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