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Using Encryption libraries in an MFC dialog based program

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Just wondering if anybody could let me know where to find and example of a MFC program using the Visual C++ encryption library to encrypt the contents of a file in a Visual C++ MFC dialog based program, or if somebody could provide an example of the library to use and the code to use to perform this function.

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It is more of just a simple example of using the microsoft encryption libraries I am looking for(public key encryption), these files seem to write there own encryption algorithms
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hi have a look at this article

http://www.codeproject.com/Purgatory/rsa_bb.asp
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