./security/monocypher, Easy to use, deploy and auditable crypto library

[ CVSweb ] [ Homepage ] [ RSS ] [ Required by ] [ Add to tracker ]


Branch: CURRENT, Version: 3.1.1, Package name: monocypher-3.1.1, Maintainer: pkgsrc-users

Monocypher is an easy to use crypto library. It is:

- Small. Sloccount counts about 1700 lines of code, small enough to
allow audits. The binaries are under 65KB.
= Easy to deploy. Just add monocypher.c and monocypher.h to your
project. They compile as C99 or C++, have no dependency, and
are dedicated to the public domain.
- Easy to use. The API is small, consistent, and cannot fail
on correct input.
- Fast. The primitives are fast to begin with, and performance
wasn't needlessly sacrificed. Monocypher holds up pretty well
against Libsodium, despite being closer in size to TweetNaCl.


Required to build:
[pkgtools/cwrappers]

Master sites:

SHA1: 7476dbf0c404b9cd196f763aaa09fa2b7f4b70b0
RMD160: 71336114fab7068aeb63dc2ae12452d064c671d1
Filesize: 1041.389 KB

Version history: (Expand)


CVS history: (Expand)


   2020-10-19 14:30:30 by Makoto Fujiwara | Files touched by this commit (4) | Package updated
Log message:
(security/monocypher) Updated 2.0.5 to 3.1.1

3.1.1
-----
2020/06/15

- Various documentation fixes.
- Fixed various compiler warnings.
- Fixed some integer overflows (16-bit platforms only).

3.1.0
-----
2020/04/03

- Added Elligator 2 mappings (hash to curve, curve to hash).
- Added OPRF support (with scalar inversion).
- Added Edwards25519 -> Curve25519 conversions

3.0.0
-----
2020/01/19

- Deprecated the incremental AEAD interface.
- Deprecated the incremental Chacha20, added a direct interface.
- Added IETF Chacha20 (96-bit nonce), as described in RFC 8439.
- Moved deprecated interfaces to a separate `src/deprecated` folder.
- Removed the `ED25519_SHA512` preprocessor flag.
- `crypto_x25519()` and `crypto_key_exchange()` now return `void`.
- Added a custom hash interface to EdDSA.  Several instances of EdDSA
  can share the same binary.
- Added optional support for HMAC SHA-512
- Moved all SHA-512 operations to `src/optional/monocypher-ed25519.(h|c)`
- Optional support for Ed25519 no longer requires a preprocessor flag.
  Add `src/optional/monocypher-ed25519.(h|c)` to your project instead.

2.0.6
-----
2019/10/21

- Added the `BLAKE2_NO_UNROLLING` preprocessor definition. Activating it
  makes the binary about 5KB smaller, and speeds up processing times on
  many embedded processors.
  - Reduced the stack usage of signature verification by about
    40%. Signature verification now fits in smaller machines.
  - Fixed many implicit casts warnings.
  - Fixed the manual here and there.
  - Lots of small nitpicks.
   2019-03-16 10:17:09 by Maya Rashish | Files touched by this commit (6)
Log message:
Add monocypher version 2.0.5

Monocypher is an easy to use crypto library. It is:

- Small. Sloccount counts about 1700 lines of code, small enough to
allow audits. The binaries are under 65KB.
= Easy to deploy. Just add monocypher.c and monocypher.h to your
project. They compile as C99 or C++, have no dependency, and
are dedicated to the public domain.
- Easy to use. The API is small, consistent, and cannot fail
on correct input.
- Fast. The primitives are fast to begin with, and performance
wasn't needlessly sacrificed. Monocypher holds up pretty well
against Libsodium, despite being closer in size to TweetNaCl.