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AES Crypt Delphi7 -> Decrypt C#

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Hello

I need to encrypt a string using AES in Delphi7, was using the library DCPCrypt.

And the same Decrypt string in C #.

like a solution to this problem.

thanks
Wagner
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This should be exactly what you want...
How to decrypt a string in C# that was encrypted in Delphi
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thank you for quick response

but in my particular case that the decryption algorithm on the compact frame work for wince (C #).

and be compatible with some algorithm to encrypt the Delphi7.

I think I was more clear now.

thanks
wagner
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