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[archive] Encrytion software

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Does anyone have any suggestions for including Encrytion software in a cobol program ?:confused:
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RE: [archive] Encrytion software

More info would be useful 🙂 Are you trying to encrypt data or traffic? What's your operating system? Are you using Thin client?
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Actually;
All of the items mentioned, we sell on Windows, Unix, and Linux including thin client.
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Vision files can be encrypted to prevent data being extracted or viewed. This can't be un-done though.

Thin-Client traffic can be encrypted using the config variable AGS_SOCKET_ENCRYPT.

If you're using character based application on UNIX or Linux, then use SSH instead of Telnet.

Not sure how you can encrypt windows traffic 😞
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Thanks for help.
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RE: [archive] Encrytion software

I have linked in the mcrypt libraries into our runtime and use it to encrypt data fields, etc.
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Thanks for yuor replys, I will check out mcrypt.
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