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c# deal with openssl (RSA)

Posted By:      Posted Date: May 22, 2011    Points: 0   Category :WPF

Hi there, i'm trying to make an RSA communication between PHP and c# but the generated keys are different between both languages, so:
Is that possible make an RSA communication between c# and php? (i don't want anything about communication, i have it already, i just need to encrypt on PHP and decrypt on c# and vise-versa (using public an private key), nothing else)


Can anyone help me out  : )

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