Ruby-wrapper for the Salsa20 stream cipher algorithm designed by Daniel Bernstein. Salsa20 is a family of 256-bit stream ciphers designed in 2005 and submitted to eSTREAM, the ECRYPT Stream Cipher Project.
gem install salsa20
You’ll need a working compiler – the crypto code is the original C implementation from Daniel Bernstein.
require 'salsa20' key = "VERY_SECRET_256_BIT_KEY_12345678" iv = "-RANDOM-" plain_text = "Salsa20 is a family of 256-bit stream ciphers" encryptor = Salsa20.new(key, iv) encrypted_text = encryptor.encrypt(plain_text) p encrypted_text # => "\x9D\x1C\xE4\x83\xAB\x8E\xB7\x85a,\xC3\xF6\x981*\x03\b-\x99\xAD\xDF\xBFS\x96\x94$\xA0\xF0U\v\xABz;=R\xBB\xE1\xB0\xDD\xBC\x1A9\xB8\xBEb" decryptor = Salsa20.new(key, iv) decrypted_text = decryptor.decrypt(encrypted_text) p decrypted_text # => "Salsa20 is a family of 256-bit stream ciphers"
The Salsa20 cipher algorhitm supports efficiently seeking to any 64-bytes boundry position in the stream using the
seek method. Use
position to tell the current stream position in bytes.
For more information, see the detailed rdoc of the Salsa20 class.
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