Python implementation of the RFC3161 specification, using pyasn1
A simple client library for cryptographic timestamping service implementing the protocol from RFC3161.
This started as a fork of https://dev.entrouvert.org/projects/python-rfc3161 and has some additional patches such as Python3 support.
>>> import rfc3161ng >>> certificate = open('data/certum_certificate.crt', 'rb').read() >>> rt = rfc3161ng.RemoteTimestamper('http://time.certum.pl', certificate=certificate) >>> tst = rt.timestamp(data=b'John Doe') >>> rt.check(tst, data=b'John Doe') True >>> rfc3161ng.get_timestamp(tst) datetime.datetime(2017, 8, 31, 15, 42, 58, tzinfo=tzutc())
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