EnigmaBridge Python Client
With this repo you can use Enigma Bridge encryption service.
pip install ebclient
The following example assumes that you already have access to the encryption server, i.e., you have a valid api key, which in this case is ‘API_TEST’.
from ebclient.process_data import ProcessData from ebclient.uo import Configuration, Endpoint, SimpleRetry, UO from ebclient.crypto_util import * # Construct general configuration (endpoint, request config) cfg = Configuration() cfg.endpoint_process = Endpoint.url('https://site2.enigmabridge.com:11180') cfg.api_key = 'API_TEST' # UO you want to work with uo_aes = UO(uo_id=0xee01, uo_type=0x4, enc_key=from_hex('e134567890123456789012345678901234567890123456789012345678901234'), mac_key=from_hex('e224262820223456789012345678901234567890123456789012345678901234'), configuration=cfg) # ProcessData itself pd = ProcessData(uo=uo_aes, config=cfg) result = pd.call(from_hex('6bc1bee22e409f96e93d7e117393172a')) print(from_hex('95c6bb9b6a1c3835f98cc56087a03e82') == result)
For more usage examples please refer to tests and our API documentation.
pip install pycrypto requests
Or to install to home directory
pip install --user pycrypto requests
If the error ImportError: No module named Crypto is thrown it’s needed to run pip with --upgrade and update pycrypto to the latest version.
We should be compatible with Python 2.6+ and Python 3+.
Error in installation of dependencies (cryptography, pyOpenSSL): sorry, but this version only supports 100 named groups [100-named-groups]
Solution: Install downgraded version of pycparser and pyOpenSSL:
pip install pycparser==2.13 pip install pyOpenSSL==0.13 pip install cryptography
You may need to install some deps for the python packages
yum install gcc g++ openssl-devel libffi-devel python-devel
SNI on Python < 2.7.9
TLS SNI support was added to Python. For earlier versions SNI needs to be added to Requests networking library.
pip install urllib3 pip install pyopenssl pip install ndg-httpsclient pip install pyasn1
Mac OSX installation
For new OSX versions (El Capitan and above) the default system python installation cannot be modified with standard means. There are some workarounds, but one can also use --user switch for pip.
pip install --user cryptography
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