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RSAREF is a collection of cryptographic routines in portable C source
code, available at no charge from RSA Laboratories, a division of RSA
Data Security, Inc. It includes RSA, MD2, MD5, and DES; Diffie-Hellman
key exchange will be included in a forthcoming version. It includes
both low-level subroutines, such as modular exponentiation, and
high-level cryptographic functions, such as verification of digital
signatures. The arithmetic routines can handle multiple-precision
integers, and the RSA algorithm routines can handle variable key sizes.
RSAREF is fully compatible with the PEM and PKCS standards.
RSAREF is available to citizens of the U.S. or Canada and to permanent
residents of the U.S. It can be used in personal, non-commercial
applications but cannot be used commercially or sent outside the U.S.
and Canada. The RSAREF license contains more details on the usage
allowed and disallowed. RSAREF is available on the Internet by
sending e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
or by anonymous ftp to rsa.com