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Read and write partially encrypted configuration files.

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Read and write partially encrypted configuration files.

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At present, it is simply an encrypted JSON I/O library.

Because of asymmetric encryption, it enables users to create encrypted configuration files readable only by the target application.

How to use

As a library

import encrypted_config

Details are to be decided.

As a command-line tool

To be decided.

How to NOT use

Running this library on an system to which anyone else has access is not secure.

If anyone else can access your private key, they can also decrypt the configuration.


The library relies on RSA.


Python version 3.8 or later.

Python libraries as specified in requirements.txt.

Building and running tests additionally requires packages listed in test_requirements.txt.

Tested on Linux, macOS and Windows.

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