If memory serves, $td is returned by mcrypt_module_open()


On Thursday 19 September 2002 00:54, [-^-!-%- wrote:
> Hello.
> How do you decrypt a data that's encrypted with crypt($data).
> Now, the php documents says crypt() is a one-way crypting function, so
> there is no decrypt() function. I was wondering if someone could shed some
> light on alternative ways to encrypt & decrypt data.
> I've looked at mcrypt_generic and mdecrypt_generic, but am confused by the
> 'resource td' parameter. Perhaps, someone can explain that as well.
> Any help is greatly apprciated.
> -john
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