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Triple DES in C/C++ with PKCS5 Padding implementation

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Hi All,
I need the source code for triple des implemented in C/C++ with PKCS5 padding.
Please let me know where i can find it .
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Crypto++ might be able to help you out

http://www.cryptopp.com/

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Hi rix,

if you take the link masheik posted, you'll find an accepted answer of Infinity where he posted the same link to Crypto++ as you did ...

Regards, Alex
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>> if you take the link masheik posted, you'll find an accepted answer of Infinity
Oh :) Thanks Alex.

I admit I rarely follow posted links... you have to draw the line somewhere when reading previous answers :)
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>>> I admit I rarely follow posted links...
I don't either ... beside there are only links ... then I take the first ;-)
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i recommend accepting (masheik ) ID  ID: 24801057
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>>>> i recommend accepting (masheik )
I second to that recommendation.

The q. was fully answered by the link given (we even got the final link to cryptopp.com repeated by evilrix).
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I agree, it does seem to provide the asker something they could utilised.

>> we even got the final link to cryptopp.com repeated by evilrix
Ok, ok... I didn't see the link contained that link -- I said sorry :)
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