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GOST is a 64-bit symmetric block cipher
with up to a 256-bit key.
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(101) Crypt::Skipjack
(102) Crypt::OTP
(104) Crypt::Misty1
(105) Crypt::Shark
(106) Crypt::GOST
(107) Crypt::
Noekeon
(108) Crypt::Khazad
Enter a Text Number Encryption
Passkey:

** Make sure your Key pass phrase works properly with this Encryption technique before you send encrypted strings of text to your friends. Some cryptographic systems are fussy about the structure of pass phrases, the number of characters, and some are not so fussy.

    
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** Once you've tested your encrypted string, and you're able to decrypt it correctly with your Key pass phrase, then your friends won't be disappointed when you send them messages for Their Eyes Only. Encryption is easy, fun, and very important to use nowadays!

    

** GOST 28147-89 is a 64-bit symmetric block cipher with up to a 256-bit key developed in the former Soviet Union. This example uses form values so it risks interception during the encryption decryption processes.
So be a good Spy ~ use safe computers!

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