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June 03, 2011, 01:00:21 PM
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I would be worried about using the binary, if i study the code and get convinced it's not gonna harm me, then copile it myself i would be more confortable using the program.
Sure, that's totally understandable. The code is fairly clean so it shouldn't be too bad to review. For the crypto library (BouncyCastle), I'm wondering if it would be better to just include a static library reference rather than a project reference. That way, you could swap the DLL out for the one you download from their web site. Considering that it's the largest project in the solution, it would save some code review time.
Way too complicated for my non tech savvy mind and I have iq of 135. Plus how do i know that it is secure in that you may have some back door key to info submitted by anyone who interacts with it? Not that I believe you do but couldn't you? since you developed this?
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June 03, 2011, 04:45:53 PM
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Of course I could. That why the code is open source and anyone can inspect it.

I still have yet to post the promised update, I wasn't sure if anyone was still interested in this.
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