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From: Ohad Rodeh <ORODEH@i...>
Subject: Re: Re[4]: [Caml-list] OcamlSpread 0.0.1 released

For Ensemble, or that I need is the symmetric encryption and
Diffie-Hellman. It is possible
that OpenSSL has a faster implementation of Diffie-Hellman, but as long as
the difference
is not too great, I'd rather use an OCaml library.


Ohad Rodeh
tel: +972-3-6401641
IBM Haifa, storage research

                      "Yurii A.                                                                                                        
                      Rashkovskii"             To:       Ohad Rodeh/Haifa/IBM@IBMIL                                                    
                      <yrashk@openeas.o        cc:       "John Gerard Malecki" <>,                 
                      rg>                      Subject:  Re[4]: [Caml-list] OcamlSpread 0.0.1 released                                 
                      18/09/2002 09:36                                                                                                 
                      Please respond to                                                                                                
                      "Yurii A.                                                                                                        

Hello Ohad,

Wednesday, September 18, 2002, 7:13:48 PM, you wrote:

OR> Both systems support secure groups, though they have different models
OR> this. As an
OR> aside, Ensemble intends to move from using OpenSSL to Xavier's

Do you think it is really needed? One of my friend who is a degreed
specialist in security said that algorithms used in OpenSSL are
stronger than in Xavier's cryptokit.

Best regards,

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