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j2me cryptography with .Net

 
Steven M
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i've been reading a chapter about cryptography using BouncyCastle and the sample code shows the classs used on the J2ME and J2EE side, but i've got a .Net app for the web service side. is it possible to use these two technologies together?

if not, how about just HTTPS? is this secure enough to handle secure transactions (like a CC purchase) with a handheld app?

tks
 
Mark Spritzler
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.Net probably has their own cryptography software out there, or maybe not, you know how Secure Microsoft products are.

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Peer Reynders
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Take a look at the System.Security.Cryptography Namespace and the Microsoft.Web.Services2.Security.Cryptography Namespace.
[ October 04, 2005: Message edited by: Peer Reynders ]
 
Steven M
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so it is possible to generate a key with a java class and unencrypt using .Net? interesting if so.

tks guys.
 
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