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Security: Applying Cryptography Using The CNG API In Windows Vista

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Cryptography Next Generation (CNG) is meant to be a long-term replacement for the CryptoAPI, providing replacements for all of the cryptographic primitives it offered.

Kenny Kerr

MSDN Magazine July 2007

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