RSA 1024 for Delphi and .NET

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Public Key Encryption
Hi All, I need to do public key encryption with certificates so that I can encrypt something in Delphi and pass it to a dot net app and have it decrypt. It needs to be RSA 1024. I have been able to do this in Delphi but not sure how to decrypt it in dot net. Does anyone having experience in doing this? Sample source will be helpful. Thanks

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<a href=”http://www.example-code.com/vbdotnet/rsa_encryptStrings.asp”>Here’s</a> an example

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  • Virtualnil
    Thanks Alessandro.panzetta !! Thanks for your quick response. I have visited many componets earlier for achiving this (including Chilkat). The requirement is not to use any 3rd party componenets. I have developed my own application to generate a public key and signature in delphi. I do not have any experience to this in dot net. I did tried googling but not been able found out specific communication between two applications.
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  • Alexjourdan
    Hello, can you share your code, I have to do the same thing. Thanks Alejandro
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