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  1. I wanted to use Ward's code but did'nt work on server2003, the old _StringEncrypt is not RC4, the one that comes now I can't use in win98, so here is a port. Could not find one in the forums. This should act just like Ward's, but a thousand times slower. #include "RC4.au3" Local $p = 'key' Local $d = ', lots of data' $d = $d & $d;&$d&$d&$d&$d&$d&$d&$d&$d&$d&$d&$d&$d&$d Local $t = TimerInit() $Encrypt = _RC4($d, $p) ConsoleWrite("1 ward $Encrypt >" & $Encrypt & "<" & @CRLF) $Decrypt = _RC4($Encrypt, $p) ConsoleWrite(
  2. This is my implementation of CipherSaber-2 ( http://ciphersaber.gurus.org/ ). CipherSaber is a version of RC4 that adds a 10 byte random IV to each piece of encoded data. CipherSaber-2 augments this with a configurable number of key setup rounds ( http://ciphersaber.gurus.org/faq.html#cs2 ). I decided to do the actual encryption / decryption in machine code so it is fast enough to be used on moderately sized files. The key setup is still done in AutoIt. I prefer this routine to AutoIt's _StringEncrypt because the output is the same size as the input, regardless of key rounds or encryptio
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