WARNING: This library is not ready for production! It should be treated as insecure until proven otherwise.
Knuckle is a library designed to make common cryptography operations in Rust as
easy and secure as possible. It does this by hiding all unnecessary
implementation details, so rather than knowing you're using the
Salsa20 cipher, you just need to use a
secretbox to perform symmetric key encryption.
Knuckle is built on top of the NaCl library, which has the same goal of being a sort of cryptographic black box. Knuckle provides direct access to the NaCl API, as well as a more Rust-friendly interface.
You'll need Cargo to build knuckle. After you get that set up:
$ cargo build $ cargo test
To include knuckle in your project, add the following to your
[dependencies.knuckle] git = "https://github.com/erik/knuckle"
knuckle is distributed under the MIT license. See the
LICENSE file in this
directory for more information.