Tomber is a python wrapper for [Tomb](https://github.com/dyne/Tomb)
It relies on Python's subprocess module for Tomb command
execution. This project was inspired by pytomb which was included in
Tomb ./extras in the past but is no longer maintained.
This project is still under development. Any contributions are
The included test.jpg image file is used to test the `tbury()` and
To speedup forge, an entropy generator such as
[haveged](http://www.issihosts.com/haveged/) can be installed.
First, Tomb must be installed. Please refer to the
to get Tomb installed on your system.
Second, tomber must be installed. Tomber can be installed from
[pip](https://pypi.python.org/pypi/pip) Enter the following command
pip install tomber
Alternatively you can clone this public repository by entering the following
command into terminal.
git clone https://github.com/reiven/tomber
from tomber import *
# dig a tomb of 20mb
# forge a key
tforge('test.key', 'this is the passphrase for the key')
# lock the tomb
tlock('test.tomb', 'test.key', 'this is the passphrase for the key')
# open the tomb
topen('test.tomb', 'test.key', 'this is the passphrase for the key', '/tmp/tomb')
# close the tomb
Keep in mind that the included *test.py* file execute the
`Tomb.slam()` command which will likely close any tombs, encrypted
volumes, you may have open.
This package is distributed under BSD License.
TODO: Brief introduction on what you do with files - including link to relevant help section.