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  1. A modern, portable, easy to use crypto library.

    C 9.9k 1.5k

  2. dnscrypt-proxy 2 - A flexible DNS proxy, with support for encrypted DNS protocols.

    Go 8.3k 789

  3. An easy to install, high-performance, zero maintenance proxy to run an encrypted DNS server.

    Rust 515 55

  4. dsvpn Public

    A Dead Simple VPN.

    C 4.9k 363

  5. minisign Public

    A dead simple tool to sign files and verify digital signatures.

    C 1.5k 92

  6. A lightweight, secure, easy-to-use crypto library suitable for constrained environments.

    C 350 40

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January 2022

Created a pull request in jedisct1/draft-aegis-aead that received 10 comments

Cite Vaudenay and Vizár's paper

The paper highlights the importance of not leaking decrypted data without tag verification. Suggested by Daniel Bleichenbacher, thanks!

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Opened 10 other pull requests in 5 repositories
Reviewed 3 pull requests in 2 repositories
chris-wood/draft-wood-cfrg-eddsa-blinding 2 pull requests
jedisct1/draft-aegis-aead 1 pull request

Created an issue in WebAssembly/wasi-crypto that received 1 comment

Test suite

We need a test suite. The Rust and AssemblyScript host and guest implementations have a couple tests, but this is neither extensive, nor useful to …

1 comment
Opened 1 other issue in 1 repository
WebAssembly/wasi-crypto 1 closed
5 contributions in private repositories Jan 7 – Jan 23

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