Since the patents have now expired for public/private key stuff held by
RSA, do you know if anyone ported a PKI to Linux open sourced with the
other crypto stuff? Is there a BSafe equivalent around now that you
know of? If so, I can get my NDS clone out the door on Linux.
"H. Peter Anvin" wrote:
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> > You've got my vote. ;o) I believe that the 2.5 kernel will
> > start including crypto. The US law changes happened too late for
> > it to happen in 2.3. We'll just have to wait and see...
> Note that the crypto patches are now actually available on
> kernel.org. This is a preliminary step before actually integrating
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