CryptoImportPublicKeyInfo

I'm tyring to import a public key for encrypting a string.  The problem is this is the most neglected area as far as sample code.  My current code fails, but I'm not sure that my code is 100% accurate.  Anyone have any sample code with importing a public key?
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TalmashCommented:
hi ,

I'll try 2 ways helping you :

1st of all : what code do you want to implement ? RSA , DES ??


1. I sent your ask to a friend working with public/private codes over all sort of systems your username , maybe he'll answer you .

2. try my suggestion :
2.1 read the file that include the desired code .
2.2 the code should be in a specific area/field at the file , so , the program could isolate the bits of the code from other headers/tails who-ever-knows that open/close the data-file which sent by other to you .
2.3 after you gave a parameter the value of the code for example :
       (n='100110011001000101011..'
2.4 you should do (for example RSA code)

(encrypted data)=[(word_data)^x mod n]
 x=private key
 n=public key
2.5 if its not RSA , replace 2.4 with the proper function .
2.6 for decoding , use cryptography books , or ask me .

                          Talmash
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TalmashCommented:
hi ,

I'll try 2 ways helping you :

1st of all : what code do you want to implement ? RSA , DES ??


1. I sent your ask to a friend working with public/private codes over all sort of systems your username , maybe he'll answer you .


2. try my suggestion :

2.1 read the file that include the desired code .
2.2 the code should be in a specific area/field at the file , so , the program could isolate the bits of the code from other headers/tails who-ever-knows that open/close the data-file which sent by other to you .
2.3 after you gave a parameter the value of the code for example :
      (n='100110011001000101011..'
2.4 you should do (for example RSA code)


(encrypted data)=[(word_data)^x mod n]

x=private key
n=public key

2.5 if its not RSA , replace 2.4 with the proper function .

2.6 for decoding , use cryptography books , or ask me .

Talmash
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