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Michael Gregorowicz

NAME

Crypt::Sodium - Perl bindings for libsodium (NaCL) https://github.com/jedisct1/libsodium

SYNOPSIS

  use Crypt::Sodium;

  my $k = crypto_stream_key();
  my $n = crypto_stream_nonce();

  my $ciphertext = crypto_stream_xor("Hello World!", $n, $k);
  my $cleartext = crypto_stream_xor($ciphertext, $n, $k);

DESCRIPTION

  Simple wrapper around NaCL functions as provided by libsodium.  crypto_box, crypto_stream, crypto_hash,
  and crypto_sign are all present and accounted for.  None of the specific implementations are exposed, 
  only the default implementations are.

EXPORTED FUNCTIONS

box_keypair()
   Usage: my ($public_key, $secret_key) = box_keypair();
sign_keypair()
   Usage: my ($public_key, $secret_key) = sign_keypair();
crypto_sign($message, $secret_key)
   Usage: my $signed_message = crypto_sign($m, $sk);
crypto_sign_open($signed_message, $public_key)
   Usage: my $message = crypto_sign_open($sm, $pk);
crypto_box($message, $nonce, $public_key, $secret_key)
   Usage: my $ciphertext = crypto_box($m, $n, $pk, $sk);
   
   Note:  $nonce must be at least crypto_box_NONCEBYTES long.
crypto_box_open($ciphertext, $nonce, $public_key, $secret_key)
   Usage: my $cleartext = crypto_box_open($c, $n, $pk, $sk);
crypto_secretbox($message, $nonce, $key);
   Usage: my $ciphertext = crypto_secretbox($m, $n, $k);
   
   Note:  $nonce must be at least crypto_box_NONCEBYTES long,
          $key must be at least crypto_box_SECRETKEYBYTES long.
crypto_secretbox_open($ciphertext, $nonce, $key);
   Usage: my $message = crypto_secretbox($c, $n, $k);
crypto_hash($to_hash)
   Usage: my $hash = crypto_hash($to_hash);
crypto_stream($length, $nonce, $key)
   Usage: my $stream = crypto_stream($length, $nonce, $key);
   
   Note:  $nonce must be at least crypto_stream_NONCEBYTES long, 
          $key must be at least crypto_stream_KEYBYTES long.
crypto_stream_xor($message, $nonce, $key)
   Usage: my $ciphertext = crypto_stream_xor($message, $nonce, $key);
          my $cleartext = crypto_stream_xor($ciphertext, $nonce, $key);
          
   Note:  $nonce must be at least crypto_stream_NONCEBYTES long, 
          $key must be at least crypto_stream_KEYBYTES long.
randombytes_buf($length)
   Usage: my $bytes = randombytes(24);
crypto_box_nonce()
   Usage: my $nonce = crypto_box_nonce();
crypto_stream_nonce()
   Usage: my $nonce = crypto_stream_nonce();
crypto_stream_key()
   Usage: my $key = crypto_stream_key();
crypto_pwhash_salt()
   Usage: my $salt = crypto_pwhash_salt();
crypto_pwhash_scrypt($password, $salt, $keylen, $opslimit, $memlimit)
   Usage: my $derivedkey = crypto_pwhash_scrypt($password, $salt, $keylen, $opslimit, $memlimit);
   
   Note:  $salt must be crypto_pwhash_SALTBYTES long, use crypto_pwhash_salt() to generate
          $keylen maybe omitted, the default is crypto_box_SEEDBYTES
          $opslimit maybe omitted, the default is crypto_pwhash_OPSLIMIT
          $memlimit maybe omitted, the default is crypto_pwhash_MEMLIMIT
          See L<http://doc.libsodium.org/password_hashing/README.html> for details>.
crypto_pwhash_scrypt_str($password, $salt, $opslimit, $memlimit)
   Usage: my $hash_string = crypto_pwhash_scrypt_str($password, $salt);
   
   Note:  like the crypto_pwhash_scrypt function, this function can also take an opslimit and memlimit
          value.  The default opslimit is exported into your namespace as crypto_pwhash_OPSLIMIT and the
          default memlimit is exported as crypto_pwhash_MEMLIMIT, if you have a really important password
          to hash and don't mind using 1GB of ram and 10s+ of CPU time on an i7-class CPU, you can use 
          crypto_pwhash_OPSLIMIT_SENSITIVE and crypto_pwhash_MEMLIMIT_SENSITIVE instead.
crypto_scalarmult_base()
   Usage: my $pk = crypto_scalarmult_base($sk);
crypto_scalarmult()
   Usage: my $shared_secret = crypto_scalarmult($alice_secret, $bob_public);
   
crypto_scalarmult_safe()
   Usage: my $shared_secret = crypto_scalarmult_safe($alice_secret, $bob_public, $alice_public);
   
   Note:  The shared secret generated is a hash of the output of crypto_scalarmult xor'd with the two public 
          keys as outlined here L<https://download.libsodium.org/doc/advanced/scalar_multiplication.html>.

EXPORTED CONSTANTS

 crypto_stream_KEYBYTES
 crypto_stream_NONCEBYTES
 crypto_box_NONCEBYTES
 crypto_box_PUBLICKEYBYTES
 crypto_box_SECRETKEYBYTES
 crypto_box_MACBYTES
 crypto_box_SEEDBYTES
 crypto_secretbox_MACBYTES
 crypto_secretbox_KEYBYTES
 crypto_secretbox_NONCEBYTES
 crypto_sign_PUBLICKEYBYTES
 crypto_sign_SECRETKEYBYTES
 crypto_pwhash_SALTBYTES
 crypto_pwhash_OPSLIMIT
 crypto_pwhash_MEMLIMIT
 crypto_pwhash_STRBYTES

SEE ALSO

 https://github.com/jedisct1/libsodium
 http://nacl.cr.yp.to/

DEPENDENCIES

 libsodium 1.0.0 or higher

AUTHOR

Michael Gregorowicz, <mike@mg2.org>

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE

Copyright (C) 2015 Michael Gregorowicz

This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself, either Perl version 5.18 or, at your option, any later version of Perl 5 you may have available.