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Does anyone know where does lcrypt.dll come from ?

We have a copy of lcrypt.dll, but we don't know where does
it come from and if we need a license to distribute the dll.

lcrypt.dll has the same function of unix crypt.
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Question by:clintc
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by:wsmith031597
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If you could get me a copy of it.  I have software that reads the  internal information about DLLs.  It would take about a minute.

wsmith@cts.com
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by:clintc
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Thanks for the answer, I'll get a hold  of copies of the source code for
doing 'crypt'.  That was a good idea, I didn't think of extracting info out
of a dll.
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johnnyt earned 200 total points
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Not positive but I bet it is a version of Unix Crypt for Linux.   Linux Crypt.  You running Linux?  Remember any utils on Linux are lookalikes of Unix.
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by:johnnyt
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Guess that means my theory was correct.  Great.. glad to be of service.  Unix rocks.. but .. is so so so damn cryptic.  It is history. Bill will use Unix for his restroom.. just like he has done with  OS2...
So Sad.. but true.. Gates is the one Orwell wrote about in 1984!!!

BIG BROTHER IS WATCHING...

See ya.. johnnyt
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