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On 19 November 2017 at 13:24, Richard Schoen
I'm not 100% clear on your position
It's easy for you personally to deploy a .NET web service.
It's impossible for me personally.
It seems unlikely that I alone on earth am in this position.
I'm glad .NET is available to you.
I don't hate Microsoft, and neither does my organisation.
We do interoperate; just not that quickly.
I'll be happy when the full GNU gcc toolchain is available to us all.
This being the open source on IBM i list...
If I were given OPs task, I'd try the C++ library called Crypto++
Library 5.6.5 https://www.cryptopp.com/
Schneier has several Rijndale implementations on his 'Applied
Cryptography' web page.
Rijndael is part of AES, which is described in detail in FIPS 197
RFC2898 is an older RFC, but it checks out
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