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Will there be a problem with the toolkit for 64-bit machines? Or is there a separete toolkit for 64-bit machines?
I am facing the same issue
Could not load the DLL d:\MSSQL\Binn\xp_base64decode.dll, or one of the DLLs it references. Reason: 193(%1 is not a valid Win32 application.).
I believe its again to do with 64bit environment issue.
Is the 64 bit xp_base64decode.dll & xp_base64encode.dll readily available?
First of all I would like thank you for this great articles, as the information in them are very interesting.
unfortunately I couldn't get hold of the source code of the Free-Encryption.
Is it still available?
Looks like it was removed. The toolkit was actually an implementation specifically for SQL 2000, which is why it was probably removed. The primary encryption functionality is built into SQL 2005 and higher, although some of the samples referenced in the article (like the Caesar Shift and Blowfish) would need to be implemented separately. SQL 2005 and higher do support AES encryption, asymmetric key encryption, etc. by default.
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