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8.3 9.9 rust-crypto VS OckamEnd-to-end encryption and mutual authentication for distributed applications.
7.9 5.2 rust-crypto VS exonumAn extensible open-source framework for creating private/permissioned blockchain applications
6.8 5.9 rust-crypto VS curve25519-dalekA pure-Rust implementation of group operations on Ristretto and Curve25519
6.8 2.3 rust-crypto VS sodiumoxide[DEPRECATED] Sodium Oxide: Fast cryptographic library for Rust (bindings to libsodium)
6.5 3.1 rust-crypto VS ed25519-dalekFast and efficient ed25519 signing and verification in Rust.
6.1 0.0 rust-crypto VS miscreantMeta-repository for Miscreant: misuse-resistant symmetric encryption library with AES-SIV (RFC 5297) and AES-PMAC-SIV support
Collection of pure Rust elliptic curve implementations (e.g. P-256, P-384, secp256k1)
5.2 7.9 rust-crypto VS RustCryptoAuthenticated Encryption with Associated Data Algorithms: high-level encryption ciphers
4.8 6.6 rust-crypto VS orionUsable, easy and safe pure-Rust crypto [Moved to: https://github.com/orion-rs/orion]
3.5 5.5 rust-crypto VS recryptA set of cryptographic primitives for building a multi-hop Proxy Re-encryption scheme, known as Transform Encryption.
0.4 0.0 rust-crypto VS rncryptor-rsPure Rust implementation of the RNCryptor cryptographic format by Rob Napier
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A (mostly) pure-Rust implementation of various common cryptographic algorithms.
Rust-Crypto seeks to create practical, auditable, pure-Rust implementations of common cryptographic algorithms with a minimum amount of assembly code where appropriate. The x86-64, x86, and ARM architectures are supported, although the x86-64 architecture receives the most testing.
Rust-Crypto targets the current, stable build of Rust. If you are having issues while using an older version, please try upgrading to the latest stable.
Rust-Crypto has not been thoroughly audited for correctness, so any use where security is important is not recommended at this time.
To use Rust-Crypto, add the following to your Cargo.toml:
[dependencies] rust-crypto = "^0.2"
and the following to your crate root:
extern crate crypto;
Contributions are extremely welcome. The most significant needs are help adding documentation, implementing new algorithms, and general cleanup and improvement of the code. By submitting a pull request you are agreeing to make you work available under the license terms of the Rust-Crypto project.
Rust-Crypto is dual licensed under the MIT and Apache 2.0 licenses, the same licenses as the Rust compiler.
Rust-Crypto already supports a significant number of algorithms and with your help it will support even more in the future. Currently supported algorithms include:
- ECB, CBC, and CTR block cipher modes
- PKCS padding for CBC block cipher mode
- Salsa20 and XSalsa20
- Sha2 (All fixed output size variants)
*Note that all licence references and agreements mentioned in the rust-crypto README section above are relevant to that project's source code only.