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Python Absio Library

Project description

Protect your application’s sensitive data with Absio’s Secured Containers.

Documentation

Full documentation is available.

Obtaining an API Key

The absio library requires a valid API Key that must be passed into the absio.initialize(...) function. Obtain an API Key by contacting us here or sending an email to sales@absio.com. An API key should be considered private and protected as such.

Quick Start

Installation:

pip install absio

Import and initialize the module:

import absio
absio.initialize(api_key='your api key')

Create accounts:

alice = absio.user.create('password', 'reminder', 'passphrase')
bob = absio.user.create('password', 'reminder', 'passphrase')

Log in with an account:

absio.login(alice.id, 'password', 'passphrase')

Create and share an Absio Secured Container:

container = absio.container.create(
    header={'some sensitive metadata': None},
    content=open('/some/sensitive/data.bin', 'rb').read(),
    access=[bob.id, alice.id],
)

Securely access this container from another system:

absio.login(bob.id, 'password', 'passphrase')

# Access the container with the container ID returned during creation, or a Container Event.
container = absio.container.get('container_id')

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