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Simple encryption/decryption functions for Python

Project description

cryptofy

Simple encryption/decryption functions for Python

Installation

pip install cryptofy

Usage

Generate a secret:

from cryptofy import encoding, generate_secret

key = generate_secret().decode(encoding)

print(key)  # Output randomized secret

Encrypt a string:

from cryptofy import encoding, encrypt

string = 'my-password'
key = 'my-secret'

encrypted = encrypt(bytes(key, encoding=encoding), bytes(string, encoding))

print(encrypted)  # Output encrypted string

Decrypt a string:

from cryptofy import encoding, decrypt

encrypted = 'my-encrypted-password'
key = 'my-secret'

string = decrypt(bytes(key, encoding=encoding), encrypted).decode(encoding)

print(string)  # Output decrypted string

Command Line

Usage:

cryptofy ((-d | -e) -k <key> -s <source>) | (-n [-l <length>])

Example 1: Generate a secret

cryptofy -n

Example 2: Encrypt a string:

cryptofy -e -k "my-secret" -s "my-password"

Example 3: Decrypt a string:

cryptofy -d -k "my-secret" -s "my-encrypted-password"

License

Distributed under the Apache, version 2.0 license.

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