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Decrypt and encrypt messages compatible to the 'Stanford Javascript Crypto Library (SJCL)' message format.

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Decrypt and encrypt messages compatible to the "Stanford Javascript Crypto Library (SJCL)" message format. This is a wrapper around pycrypto.

This module was created while programming and testing the encrypted blog platform on which is based on sjcl.

Typical usage may look like this:

#!/usr/bin/env python

from sjcl import SJCL

cyphertext = SJCL().encrypt(b"secret message to encrypt", "shared_secret")

print(SJCL().decrypt(cyphertext, "shared_secret"))

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Code and documentation copyright Ulf Bartel. Code is licensed under the new-style BSD license.

v0.1.1, 2014-05-21 -- Initial public release. v0.1.4, 2016-04-17 -- Re-init of repository after homepage changed. v0.1.5, 2016-07-12 -- Python3 compat v0.1.6, 2017-07-31 -- Now dependent on pycryptodome v0.2.0, 2018-02-22 -- AES-GCM mode support v0.2.1, 2018-08-16 -- Fixed (missing 'b' prefix for use with python3) v0.2.2, 2020-01-12 -- Aaron/Arstman, use json to for the result to make more copmatible with javascript version

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