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Python module for safely and cleanly using sensitive data in shared code.

Project Description

Cronos uses a secure encryption method, AES256, to store passwords and sensitive values locally. Simple (and unsecure) Caesar Ciphers are used to create obfuscated keys in the cronos datastore. This means keys are simply human-unreadable and values are securely encrypted with a password file (defaults to your ssh private key).

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