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A password hashing function that supports delegation

Project description

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Makwa is a password hashing function designed by Thomas Pornin. This implementation is in pure python with no 3rd party dependencies. From the Passwords14 Slides:

Makwa is a candidate to the Password Hashing Competition.

Main characteristics:
* based on modular arithmetics
* CPU-only cost (not memory-hard)
* algebraic structure enables advanced features: offline work
* factor increase, fast path, escrow
* can be delegated
* named after the Ojibwe name for the American black bear

Installation

pip install makwa

Usage

from makwa import hashpw, checkpw

hashed_pw = hashpw(
    password,
    n,
    h=<hash function>,
    salt=<optional salt>,
    work_factor=<rounds>,
    pre_hash=<True|False>,
    post_hash=<length|None>
)
# returns a boolean
is_valid = checkpw(
    password,
    hashed_pw,
    n,
    h=<hash function>
)

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