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Installation Guide for CRYPT
CRYPT is an encryption program which will encrypt and decrypt arbitrary
files. Use of the program is described fully in the CRYPT help file.
Neither the author nor the University of Toronto accepts any
responsibility for the use to which this program may be put by any user
nor for any consequences which may result. By their very nature
encryption programs are dangerous to use. The warnings given in the help
file should be carefully heeded.
CRYPT is written in MACRO-10. It has been tested on a KL-1090 running
TOPS-10 version 7.01. Compiling and loading CRYPT requires that the
following files be in place:
Neither these files nor their sources are included with this software
package because they are proprietary and are available only from
Digital. The latest CUSP tape should contain suitable versions of all of
these modules. The ENDECR module is the encryption/decryption module
supplied as part of the BACKUP program.
The core image file CRYPT.EXE may be created using the following
sequences of monitor commands:
Several debugging and testing procedures are included in this package.
The file DB.MIC produces DB.REL and DB.EXE which is a debugging version
of CRYPT. TEST1.MIC and TEST2.MIC are verification procedures for the
Anyone wishing to report bugs, make suggestions or otherwise discuss the
CRYPT program should contact:
Dr. Edmund West
University of Toronto Computing Services
255 Huron St.