[ALLY] REBOL/Express has RSA Encryption
[1/7] from: carl:pacific at: 1-Oct-2000 10:03
RSA encryption is now running in REBOL/Express. We don't support HTTPS, because its code alone is twice the size of REBOL. HTTPS would make REBOL/View 1 MB. That's too much for too little. Our RSA encryption adds 30KB to REBOL. RSA is standard, fast, and very secure. -Carl At 10/1/00 03:34 PM +0000, you wrote:
[2/7] from: carl:pacific at: 1-Oct-2000 16:46
Yes, as it currently exists REBOL/Express provides a server module that plugs into CGI or Apache, so you can use your existing servers. The installation is minimal, as is standard with REBOL. -Carl At 10/1/00 06:31 PM +0000, you wrote:
[3/7] from: mike_riley_:hot:mail at: 1-Oct-2000 18:31
In that case, I would assume that a REBOL-based server process would have to run on the server, instead of Apache, IIS or others. Is that a correct assumption? - Mike
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[4/7] from: ptretter:charter at: 2-Oct-2000 9:15
Problem is people have become use to looking for that padlock in their browser. Would be nice to see https module that can be downloaded in addition. That way we have an option to use it. Paul Tretter
[5/7] from: ptretter:charter at: 2-Oct-2000 9:15
And the price for REBOL/express? Paul Tretter
[6/7] from: doug:vos:eds at: 2-Oct-2000 13:01
We also are using rebol CGI and accessing via https:// in the browser. Works good. As I stated in a message last week, this works fine (no problems) and the only limitation being that you cannot use REBOL functions read https:// or load/markup https://.
[7/7] from: news:ted:husted at: 27-Nov-2000 12:02
On 10/2/2000 at 9:15 AM [ptretter--charter--net] wrote:
> Problem is people have become use to looking for that padlock in
their browser. Would be nice to see https module that can be downloaded in addition. That way we have an option to use it. I think the big picture with /EXPRESS is that people would be usually running through /VIEW application rather than a browser. So you snap your own padlock! For browser applications, I submit transactions to /CORE CGI's via HTTPS without any apparent problems. /CORE might not support HTTPS, but the browser calling it does. -T.
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