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yawPyCrypto 0.2.0 coming up in the next week

Mon, 02 Feb 2004 16:21:28 -0000

Hi all who have faithfully kept me company with yawPyCrypto for the last months. Due to job restraints, I've been unable to work on yawPyCrypto for the four last months (the lastest version is from August 2003), but this will change now that I'm officially working on the project for which yawPyCrypto was developed again.

Come back in a weeks time, and expect a new version, with quite some functionality boost, including a new serialization library (Flatten 0.3.0), which now offers even broader functionality than the previous versions, including transparent serialization of objects to SQL-databases, and several more gimmicks.




yawPyCrypto 0.1

Mon, 11 Aug 2003 04:05:55 -0000

yawPyCrypto 0.1 has just been released. yawPyCrypto is "yet another wrapper" for the PyCrypto libraries which offer lowlevel cryptographic functionality in Python. This wrapper library tries to keep all functionality of PyCrypto in touch with the programmer, while building a unified interface on top of the lowlevel classes.




yawpycrypto 0.0alpha4 released

Mon, 02 Jun 2003 21:21:11 -0000

This is the first major release of yawpycrypto which hits SourceForge. yawPyCrypto is "yet another wrapper for PyCrypto", which is an open source Crypto library for Python, implementing Public Key ciphers, Hash algorithms and Stream/Block ciphers not found in Python's standard library.

This module tries to remedy the fact that PyCrypto is implemented in a way that makes it difficult to choose from different encryption methods; it gives a uniform interface for all crypto algorithms, and allows GPG-like packet encryption or cipher streams to be associated with Python objects.