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thsc007 Posted - 28 February 2006 : 16:54:09
Hello,

on the password agent web page I found a link for the AES/Rijndael encryption. But this link is only "provided for historical purposes".

Now Im worried about the implementation of the AES/Rijndael encryption, is it secure today? Why is there a link to an old web page?

I found different wep pages about this theme, but Im not sure if it is really secure.

Thomas
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Ahto/Moon Software Posted - 01 March 2006 : 21:34:18
Please read the program documentation, it addresses several security related questions. If you don't want to install the program you can download the manual as PDF file.

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