seth at cql.com
Sat Apr 15 05:52:37 EDT 2006
Very nice, and just in time for something I need to do.
Is this library free of export license or other government nonsense that sometimes plagues cryptography code?
(36 commercially deployed Haskell programs, and counting)
On Sat, 15 Apr 2006 08:33:16 +0100
Dominic Steinitz <dominic.steinitz at blueyonder.co.uk> wrote:
> I should like to announce a new version of the Haskell Cryptography Library.
> Version 3.0.3 supports:
> • DES
> • Blowfish
> • AES
> • Cipher Block Chaining (CBC)
> • PKCS#5 and nulls padding
> • SHA-1
> • MD5
> • RSA
> • OAEP-based encryption (Bellare-Rogaway)
> • PKCS#1v1.5 signature scheme
> • ASN.1
> • PKCS#8
> • X.509 Identity Certificates
> • X.509 Attribute Certificates
> It also includes Base64, a hexdump function, support for Word128, Word192,
> Word256 (key sizes for AES) and beyond.
> The ASN.1 handling has been re-written. Details on how to use it are contained
> in the user guide http://www.haskell.org/crypto/ReadMe.pdf. Haddock
> documentation is available at http://www.haskell.org/crypto/doc/html. See the
> home page (http://www.haskell.org/crypto) for downloading.
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