Command line interface for the SAFE Network. Refer to SAFE CLI User Guide for detailed instructions.
SHA-256 checksums for CLI binaries:
Linux zip: 86d769854940cc51e66972494717c872bcd92585ff4152f7ce5abefb646b4db3 tar.gz: 902bf80bffd0e8859beed170c386381516d9dcdefde1bd075f8a4620f5874470 macOS zip: 4b8ead98c6924d656ec8afd5c0f2cfb142906602381309c7084a640175fd63a6 tar.gz: 43051950f5b04ee36f94dc5e161ec6475f0a3951a0e4955fd58c2af6ce653711 Windows zip: 2ddfc8fe006d19588870dc039906b68e60a0d5af63e6b5e411e062782b77d254 tar.gz: b689e2537bb6c8d2d4c7cf2de2dd48fcfa0fdc9eb43a23cab6b2bdb4e9d4dce8
SAFE Authenticator daemon
The Authenticator daemon exposes services which allow applications and users to create SAFE Network accounts, log in using an existing account's credentials (passphrase and password), authorise applications which need to store data on the network on behalf of the user, as well as revoke permissions previously granted to applications.
The SAFE Authenticator, which runs as a daemon or as a service in Windows platforms, can be started and managed with the SAFE CLI if the
safe-authd.exe binary is properly installed in the system with execution permissions. Please refer to Authenticator section in CLI User Guide for detailed instructions.
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FFI is used to generate the native libraries which can be used by other high level languages to consume the Rust API. The development versions use a mocked version of the SAFE Network.