Re: SSL Encryption



When were the bytes corrupted? If during communication, then no,
because the protocol has a mechanism for retransmitting corrupted
packets. If while on disk or in memory, then yes.

J Wolfgang Goerlich

On May 16, 10:40 am, Arne <A...@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
What happens if I
1. Encrypt a message with SSL
2. Send it over the internet
3. A couple of bytes get corrupted.
Would that prevent me from decrypting the entire message?

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Arne Garvander
Certified .Net Geek
Professional Data Dude


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