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DES Encryption DLL or OCX

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I'm looking for a DLL or OCX accessible from VB6.0 that will do DES en/decryption with key lengths of 56 bits or 64 bits.  I don't mind paying for a well-tested (or commercial) version, but will not pay royalties.
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If your target OS is NT 4.0, you can use the Microsoft CryptoAPI, available for free from MS.

For an OCX/DLL, check out http://www.bokler.com/.  I have used their products to great sucess.

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Thanks.  I expect to obtain one of Bokler's products.

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