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Re: [GNU Crypto] Passwords Immutable?



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> Password would handle conversions. It would have to; SensitiveData
> would be nothing more than a wrapper around a byte array it doesn't
> have knowledge about anything else.

What about your, "byte orieneted class underlying password," idea?  This
is what I took to be encapsulated in SensitiveData.  Either way
though...

> It would probably be better to use java.nio.charset to convert between
> bytes and characters. It's available in GNU Classpath, and would make
> generalizing the conversion to any charset easier.

Ahh!  GNU Classpath.  Generalized charset conversion.  Now there's an
idea :).

Bryan

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