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Category: Cryptography

PwManager
Added 2004-02-16
by Michael Buesch
PwManager is a password manager. Passwords are protected using strong Blowfish encryption. It supports many features such as importing and exporting KPasman, GPasman, and plain-text files. The password-list can be encrypted with a master-password or with a key-card (a.k.a. chipcard or smartcard).

pwsafe
Added 2004-02-13
by N. Dade
pwsafe is a command line password database program for Unix. It is compatible with Counterpane's Win32 Password Safe software. It can also copy the passwords into the X selection and clipboard, but it doesn't open a visible window. The encrypted password database uses the same format as Password Safe 1.9.x. The database is encrypted with blowfish, and a single passphrase decrypts it all.

PGPMime for Java
Added 2004-02-13
by Maximilian Schwerin
PGPMime for Java extends Sun's JavaMail API by an implementation of the PGPMime standard as described in RFC 3156. This library acts as a middleware between a cryptography provider and JavaMail. It does not, however, include implementations of cryptographic algorithms.

Nettle library
Added 2004-02-09
by Niels Möller
Nettle is a cryptographic library that is designed to fit easily in more or less any context: in crypto toolkits for object-oriented languages (C++, Python, Pike, etc.), in applications like LSH or GNUPG, or even in kernel space. In most contexts, you need more than the basic cryptographic algorithms; you also need some way to keep track of available algorithms and their properties and variants. You often have some algorithm selection process, often dictated by a protocol you want to implement. And as the requirements of applications differ in subtle and not so subtle ways, an API that fits one application well can be a pain to use in a different context, which is why there are so many different cryptographic libraries around. Nettle tries to avoid this problem by doing one thing, the low-level crypto stuff, and providing a @emph{simple} but general interface to it. In particular, Nettle doesn't do algorithm selection. It doesn't do memory allocation. It doesn't do any I/O. The idea is that one can build several application- and context-specific interfaces on top of Nettle and share the code, testcases, benchmarks, documentation, etc. For this first version, the only application using Nettle is LSH, and it uses an object-oriented abstraction on top of the library.

LSH
Added 2004-02-09
by Niels Möller, nisse@lysator.liu.se
lsh is an implementation of the SSH protocol version 2. It is under active development. Developer contributions are welcome from both inside and outside the US.

MUTE File Sharing
Added 2004-01-29
by Jason Rohrer
MUTE File Sharing is an anonymous, decentralized search-and-download file sharing system. Several people have described MUTE as the "third generation file sharing network" (From Napster to Gnutella to MUTE, with each generation getting less centralized and more anonymous). MUTE uses algorithms inspired by ant behavior to route all messages, include file transfers, through a mesh network of neighbor connections.

JSch
Added 2004-01-22
by ymnk
JSch is a pure Java implementation of SSH2. It allows you to connect to an sshd server and use port forwarding, X11 forwarding, file transfer, etc. You can integrate its functionality into your own Java programs.

GNU Generic Security Service Library
Added 2004-01-22
by Simon Josefsson
Generic Security Service (GSS) is an implementation of the Generic Security Service API (GSSAPI). It is used by network applications to provide security services, such as authenticating SMTP/IMAP, via the GSSAPI SASL mechanism. It consists of a library and a manual, and a Kerberos 5 mechanism that supports mutual authentication and the DES and 3DES ciphers.

Secure FTP Bean
Added 2004-01-22
by glub
The Secure FTP Bean allows FTP connections to be made over SSL, including both implicit and explicit SSL connections, and passive and active data transfers with or without encryption.

SEPPL
Added 2004-01-22
by Mezcalero
SEPPL is both a protocol definition and a software implementation of a new encryption layer for IPv4. It is extremely leightweight and easy to use. It is implemented for the Linux kernel and makes use of netfiler and the Linux CryptoAPI. It is intended as a software replacement for WEP but may be used on non-wireless lans as well. It even fits for VPN solutions.

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