OpenBSD-style Blowfish-based password hashing.
It's essentially a port of BCrypt, the popular Ruby gem; the API is not 100% the same, but if you don't pass it garbage you'll receive good, compatible results.
- a regular expression engine (I chose
/dev/urandom(as last resource; see mruby-sysrandom's doc).
Add the usual
conf.gem line to
MRuby::Build.new do |conf| # ... conf.gem :github => 'baldowl/mruby-bcrypt' end
> hashed_password = BCrypt::Password.create('plain text password') => #<BCrypt::Password:0x7f835a8248f0> > puts hashed_password $2b$10$J8kaghfcC2/A4gV1ZCkh9eALLr7jZNSrOG9woBaYsdDahg1iRpe3C => nil > hashed_password.version => "2b" > hashed_password.cost => 10 > hashed_password.salt => "$2b$10$J8kaghfcC2/A4gV1ZCkh9e" > hashed_password.checksum => "ALLr7jZNSrOG9woBaYsdDahg1iRpe3C" > hashed_password == 'plain text password' => true > hashed_password == 'clearly not my password' => false
This code is released under the MIT License: see LICENSE file.
C implementation of the BCrypt algorithm by Solar Designer and placed in the
public domain. You can find the original code of
downloaded from http://www.openwall.com/crypt/ on 2015-02-28, in
BCrypt Ruby gem has been written by Coda Hale firstname.lastname@example.org and released under the MIT License.