fuzzyman at gmail.com
Wed Oct 27 13:04:36 CEST 2004
Please pardon my ignorance on this one - but I'm not certain how the
sign bt is treated in python bitwise operators. I've trying to convert
Javascritp has >>> and >>. >>> is a zero fill bit shift whereas >> is
a sign propagating bit shift. My understanding is that the python >>
(make sure the sign bit is set to zero first) ?
In actual fact I'm now using DES3 from Pycrypto - but I'm still
interested in the answer to the question. In case anyone is interested
equivalents. Thsi allows you to build client side encryption into
webpages - e.g. for secure logins. It all works - very nice.
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