Nettle.jl: Libnettle Supports A Wide Array Of Hashing Algorithms

Nettle.jl 

libnettle supports a wide array of hashing algorithms. This package interrogates libnettle to determine the available hash types, which are then available from Nettle.get_hash_types(). Typically these include SHA1, SHA224, SHA256, SHA384, SHA512, MD2, MD5 and RIPEMD160.

Typical usage of these hash algorithms is to create a Hasher, update! it, and finally get a digest:

h = Hasher("sha256")
update!(h, "this is a test")
hexdigest!(h)

#or...
hexdigest("sha256", "this is a test")

Outputs:

2e99758548972a8e8822ad47fa1017ff72f06f3ff6a016851f45c398732bc50c

A digest! function is also available to return the digest as an Array(UInt8,1). Note that both the digest! function and the hexdigest! function reset the internal Hasher object to a pristine state, ready for further update! calls.

HMAC Functionality

HMAC functionality revolves around the HMACState type, created by the function of the same name. Arguments to this constructor are the desired hash type, and the desired key used to authenticate the hashing:

h = HMACState("sha256", "mykey")
update!(h, "this is a test")
hexdigest!(h)

#or...
hexdigest("sha256", "mykey", "this is a test")

Outputs:

"ca1dcafe1b5fb329256248196c0f92a95fbe3788db6c5cb0775b4106db437ba2"

A digest! function is also available to return the digest as an Array(UInt8,1). Note that both the digest! function and the hexdigest! function reset the internal HMACState object to a pristine state, ready for further update! calls.

Encryption/Decryption Functionality

Nettle also provides encryption and decryption functionality, using the Encryptor and Decryptor objects. Cipher types are available through get_cipher_types(). Create a pair of objects with a shared key, and encrypt()/decrypt() to your heart's content:

key = "this key's exactly 32 bytes long"
enc = Encryptor("AES256", key)
plaintext = "this is 16 chars"
ciphertext = encrypt(enc, plaintext)

dec = Decryptor("AES256", key)
deciphertext = decrypt(dec, ciphertext)
Vector{UInt8}(plaintext) == deciphertext # no bytestring

# or...
decrypt("AES256", key, encrypt("AES256", key, plaintext)) == Vector{UInt8}(plaintext)

For AES256CBC encrypt/decrypt, generate a pair of key32 and iv16 with salt.

(And add or trim padding yourself.)

passwd = "Secret Passphrase"
salt = hex2bytes("a3e550e89e70996c") # use random 8 bytes
(key32, iv16) = gen_key32_iv16(Vector{UInt8}(passwd), salt)

enc = Encryptor("AES256", key32)
plaintext = "Message"
ciphertext = encrypt(enc, :CBC, iv16, add_padding_PKCS5(Vector{UInt8}(plaintext), 16))

dec = Decryptor("AES256", key32)
deciphertext = decrypt(dec, :CBC, iv16, ciphertext)
Vector{UInt8}(plaintext) == trim_padding_PKCS5(deciphertext) # no bytestring

# or...
plainbytes = hex2bytes("414155aa5541416162")
cipherbytes = encrypt("AES256", :CBC, iv16, key32, add_padding_PKCS5(plainbytes, 16))
decipherbytes = decrypt("AES256", :CBC, iv16, key32, cipherbytes)
plainbytes == trim_padding_PKCS5(decipherbytes) # no bytestring

Download Details: 

Author: JuliaCrypto
Source Code: https://github.com/JuliaCrypto/Nettle.jl 
License: View license

#julia #cryptography #encryption 

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Nettle.jl: Libnettle Supports A Wide Array Of Hashing Algorithms

Nettle.jl: Libnettle Supports A Wide Array Of Hashing Algorithms

Nettle.jl 

libnettle supports a wide array of hashing algorithms. This package interrogates libnettle to determine the available hash types, which are then available from Nettle.get_hash_types(). Typically these include SHA1, SHA224, SHA256, SHA384, SHA512, MD2, MD5 and RIPEMD160.

Typical usage of these hash algorithms is to create a Hasher, update! it, and finally get a digest:

h = Hasher("sha256")
update!(h, "this is a test")
hexdigest!(h)

#or...
hexdigest("sha256", "this is a test")

Outputs:

2e99758548972a8e8822ad47fa1017ff72f06f3ff6a016851f45c398732bc50c

A digest! function is also available to return the digest as an Array(UInt8,1). Note that both the digest! function and the hexdigest! function reset the internal Hasher object to a pristine state, ready for further update! calls.

HMAC Functionality

HMAC functionality revolves around the HMACState type, created by the function of the same name. Arguments to this constructor are the desired hash type, and the desired key used to authenticate the hashing:

h = HMACState("sha256", "mykey")
update!(h, "this is a test")
hexdigest!(h)

#or...
hexdigest("sha256", "mykey", "this is a test")

Outputs:

"ca1dcafe1b5fb329256248196c0f92a95fbe3788db6c5cb0775b4106db437ba2"

A digest! function is also available to return the digest as an Array(UInt8,1). Note that both the digest! function and the hexdigest! function reset the internal HMACState object to a pristine state, ready for further update! calls.

Encryption/Decryption Functionality

Nettle also provides encryption and decryption functionality, using the Encryptor and Decryptor objects. Cipher types are available through get_cipher_types(). Create a pair of objects with a shared key, and encrypt()/decrypt() to your heart's content:

key = "this key's exactly 32 bytes long"
enc = Encryptor("AES256", key)
plaintext = "this is 16 chars"
ciphertext = encrypt(enc, plaintext)

dec = Decryptor("AES256", key)
deciphertext = decrypt(dec, ciphertext)
Vector{UInt8}(plaintext) == deciphertext # no bytestring

# or...
decrypt("AES256", key, encrypt("AES256", key, plaintext)) == Vector{UInt8}(plaintext)

For AES256CBC encrypt/decrypt, generate a pair of key32 and iv16 with salt.

(And add or trim padding yourself.)

passwd = "Secret Passphrase"
salt = hex2bytes("a3e550e89e70996c") # use random 8 bytes
(key32, iv16) = gen_key32_iv16(Vector{UInt8}(passwd), salt)

enc = Encryptor("AES256", key32)
plaintext = "Message"
ciphertext = encrypt(enc, :CBC, iv16, add_padding_PKCS5(Vector{UInt8}(plaintext), 16))

dec = Decryptor("AES256", key32)
deciphertext = decrypt(dec, :CBC, iv16, ciphertext)
Vector{UInt8}(plaintext) == trim_padding_PKCS5(deciphertext) # no bytestring

# or...
plainbytes = hex2bytes("414155aa5541416162")
cipherbytes = encrypt("AES256", :CBC, iv16, key32, add_padding_PKCS5(plainbytes, 16))
decipherbytes = decrypt("AES256", :CBC, iv16, key32, cipherbytes)
plainbytes == trim_padding_PKCS5(decipherbytes) # no bytestring

Download Details: 

Author: JuliaCrypto
Source Code: https://github.com/JuliaCrypto/Nettle.jl 
License: View license

#julia #cryptography #encryption 

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