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str(object='') -> string

Return a nice string representation of the object.
If the argument is a string, the return value is the same object.

src/m/i/mixminion-HEAD/lib/mixminion/BuildMessage.py   mixminion(Download)
    #  simply use 'encrypt' to reverse _all_ the steps of the reply path.)
    k = Crypto.Keyset(replyBlock.encryptionKey).getLionessKeys(
    payload = Crypto.lioness_decrypt(payload, k)
    # 'decrypt' of the originating user...
    for sec in secrets:
        k = Crypto.Keyset(sec).getLionessKeys(Crypto.PAYLOAD_ENCRYPT_MODE)
        payload = Crypto.lioness_encrypt(payload, k)
        if check and _checkPayload(payload):
        for secret in secrets2:
            ks = Crypto.Keyset(secret)
            key = ks.getLionessKeys(Crypto.PAYLOAD_ENCRYPT_MODE)
            payload = Crypto.lioness_encrypt(payload, key)
        ks = Crypto.Keyset(secret)
        hkey = ks.getLionessKeys(Crypto.HEADER_ENCRYPT_MODE)
        pkey = ks.getLionessKeys(Crypto.PAYLOAD_ENCRYPT_MODE)
        header2 = Crypto.lioness_encrypt(header2,hkey)
        payload = Crypto.lioness_encrypt(payload,pkey)

src/m/i/mixminion-HEAD/lib/mixminion/server/PacketHandler.py   mixminion(Download)
        # Decrypt the payload.
        payload = Crypto.lioness_decrypt(pkt.payload,
        # If we're an exit node, there's no need to process the headers

src/m/i/mixminion-HEAD/lib/mixminion/test.py   mixminion(Download)
            ks = Keyset(s)
            p = lioness_encrypt(p, ks.getLionessKeys(
        comp = compressData('Information???')
        self.assertEquals(len(comp), ord(p[0])*256 +ord(p[1]))
            ks = Keyset(s)
            p = lioness_encrypt(p, ks.getLionessKeys(
        comp = compressData(message)
        self.assertEquals(len(comp), ord(p[0])*256 +ord(p[1]))