[PYTHON-CRYPTO] Encryption and Python
PaulLambert at AIRGONETWORKS.COM
Fri Jan 7 19:55:56 CET 2005
There's also 'cryptopy' on source forge. I wrote it to be 'readable'
for the cryptoalgorithms, so it is slower than the C based
implementations. It's main benefits is a complete set of 802.11i
algorithms. It's pure Python, so the installation is trivial.
I'm ovedue to post version 2.0 (faster, RSA, ECC) ... So if you have
comments and critiques, it may help push out the next release :-)
> -----Original Message-----
> From: generic crypto class API for Python
> [mailto:PYTHON-CRYPTO at NIC.SURFNET.NL] On Behalf Of Gagnesh Kumar
> Sent: Friday, January 07, 2005 4:56 AM
> To: PYTHON-CRYPTO at NIC.SURFNET.NL
> Subject: Encryption and Python
> I would like to encrypt/decrypt my data in Python2.4.
> What would be the best way to do it.
> I have been struggling with M2Crypto but there is not much
> information on the internet about how to install it.The
> information which I could get from the internet has not been
> of much help either.
> I installed A.M Kuchling's Python Cryptography Toolkit but
> some of the stuff mentioned in the manual does not seem to
> work for me.
> I am new to Python and Cryptography.
> Can someone please suggest the sites/links which has working
> examples of Cryptography for Python?
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