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README.md

Crypto Projects that Might not Suck

This document originated with an informal survey of Twitter and several mailing lists asking for nominations for crypto projects that "didn't suck". Over 100 nominations were received and culled down to this list. Projects marked with an "☢" symbol are relatively new and considered experimental. Apologies to project creators who are omitted. Corrections are welcome via pull request.

End User Tool Summary

This is a quick summary of tools that are generally recommended for end users. See the EFF's Surveillance Self Defense guides or Press Freedom Foundation's Encryption Works guide for more information.

The People’s Choice

Honorable Mentions

The SSL Libraries

JavaScript Crypto Libraries

Online Storage

  • Tahoe-LAFS: https://tahoe-lafs.org/
    • Distributed, provider-independent cloud storage
    • Least Authority Systems, Zooko (@zooko), et al.
  • Tarsnap: http://www.tarsnap.com/
    • Client-side encryption; must build from source
    • Commercial service archives on S3
    • Colin Percival (@cperciva)

Libraries and Frameworks

Post Quantum Libraries

Community Efforts

Experimental Toolkits

  • ☢ Zeutro Attribute Based Encryption C++ library: https://github.com/zeutro/openabe
    • Ayo Akinyele (@ja_akinyele), Matthew Green (@matthew_d_green), Brent Waters, Susan Hohenberger
  • ☢ Advanced Crypto Software Collection: http://hms.isi.jhu.edu/acsc/
  • ☢ Relic Toolkit: https://github.com/relic-toolkit/relic
    • Bilinear maps, pairing-based crypto, ID-based crypto
    • Implemented in C
    • Diego Aranha (@dfaranha) and C.P. L. Gouvêa
  • ☢ CHARM: http://www.charm-crypto.com/
    • Tool for rapid cryptographic prototyping
    • Bilinear maps, multiparty protocol engine, non-interactive ZK
    • Python with native C modules
    • JHU ISI: J. Ayo Akinyele (@ja_akinyele), et al.

Certificate and Key Management Tools

Verification & Automation Tools

Miscellaneous Project

Learning and Resources

Maybe Sucky Secret Managers

There are many secret key value managers and I don't know which are any good. Including them here for future reference:

PGP sucks but I'm still including it