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From: mag...@brax.se (Magnus Bodin)
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Subject: Posted RC4-code
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Date: Thu, 29 Sep 1994 14:56:52 -0100 (MET)
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Please. Is the "RC4-published-code" placed ftp-able somewhere,
preferrable in europe? And preferrable not in .tar .Z etc format.
Some kind person may even post it anonymous to me?

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From: ra...@kiwi.CS.Berkeley.EDU (Raph Levien)
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Subject: Re: Posted RC4-code
Date: 29 Sep 1994 20:49:53 GMT
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In article <znr780...@brax.se>, Magnus Bodin <mag...@brax.se> wrote:
>Please. Is the "RC4-published-code" placed ftp-able somewhere,
>preferrable in europe? And preferrable not in .tar .Z etc format.
>Some kind person may even post it anonymous to me?
>

I've verified these sites. It's supposed to be somewhere on
ftp.ox.ac.uk as well, but I couldn't find it.

ftp://ftp.dsi.unimi.it/pub/security/crypt/code/rc4.revealed.gz
ftp://ftp.dsi.unimi.it/pub/security/crypt/code/rc4.schneier.test.gz

Enjoy!

Raph

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From: p...@foo.oucs.ox.ac.uk (Paul C Leyland)
Subject: Re: Posted RC4-code
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In article <znr780...@brax.se> mag...@brax.se (Magnus Bodin) writes:

   Please. Is the "RC4-published-code" placed ftp-able somewhere,
   preferrable in europe? And preferrable not in .tar .Z etc format.
   Some kind person may even post it anonymous to me?


On sable.ox.ac.uk in the directory /pub/crypto/misc

It is tar'ed and compressed, but our ftp daemon is smart enough to undo that
if you ask it nicely.

Paul
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