[Haskell-cafe] cryptography in haskell

Tobias Dammers tdammers at gmail.com
Tue Feb 17 06:52:49 UTC 2015

Another path worth investigating would be to construct a Haskell (e)DSL
which produces C code, but adds better constraints and guarantees through
Haskell's type system, a bit like what people are already doing for
embedded systems
On Feb 16, 2015 12:34 PM, "Yitzchak Gale" <gale at sefer.org> wrote:

> Julian Ospald wrote:
> > I've been wondering about the state of cryptography in haskell. Not so
> > much in the sense of "what libraries are out there?", but rather about
> > the question what crpyto and IT security people think about ideas like
> > rewriting something as OpenSSL in haskell.
> At Galois they have done a lot of work on this during the past
> few years. Of course, the good points brought up by Patrick
> have been prominent in their thinking.
> I'm not sure how much of that work is available publicly.
> But they did open-source Cryptol, their Haskell-based
> DSL for designing and testing crypto algorithms.
> http://galois.com/
> http://cryptol.net/
> Regards,
> Yitz
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