[Haskell-cafe] ANN: crypto-pubkey: all your public key crypto algorithms belong to us.

Joachim Breitner mail at joachim-breitner.de
Sat Jan 12 00:34:54 CET 2013


Am Freitag, den 11.01.2013, 23:55 +0100 schrieb Vincent Hanquez:
> I've recently released crypto-pubkey [1][2], which provide a comprehensive
> solution for public key cryptography.
> Most known RSA modes (PKCS15, OAEP, PSS) are supported, and there's also DSA
> and ElGamal signature support. Most of the code originally lived in cryptocipher,
> but have now been made better and safer, and support more modes.
> I've spend some good chunk of time adding KATs and tests, documentation, and
> making sure the performance was ahead of other haskell implementations.

nice. But in the interest of possible users: Is there a reason why this
code could not live in cryptocipher? Do we need multiple implementations
of the cyphers, and expect our users to find out for themselves why to
use one or the other?


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