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password-encrypted-container
Password encrypted container
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password-encrypted-container

Password encrypted container

Usage

Create

var PasswordEncryptedOverlay = require('password-encrypted-container')

var passwordBuffer = // ... (preferably sodium SecureBuffer)
// Note that the passwordBuffer is "consumed" by the constructor, ie. it will
// be cleared when a key has been derived from the password. If you need to keep
// the password, you should copy it and pass in the copy
PasswordEncryptedOverlay.create(
  passwordBuffer,
  PasswordEncryptedOverlay.MODERATE,
  onready
)

function onready (err, container) {
  PasswordEncryptedOverlay.memzero(passwordBuffer)
  if (err) throw err

  const ciphertext = container.encrypt(Buffer.from('My encrypted file'))
  const plaintext = container.decrypt(Buffer.from('My encrypted file'))
  storage.destroy()
  storage = null
}

Read

var PasswordEncryptedOverlay = require('password-encrypted-container')

var passwordBuffer = // ... (preferably sodium SecureBuffer)
var containerBuf = // Read from filesystem
PasswordEncryptedOverlay.open(passwordBuffer, containerBuf, function(err, container) {
  PasswordEncryptedOverlay.memzero(passwordBuffer)
  if (err) throw err

  const plaintext = storage.decrypt(containerBuf)
  storage.destroy()
  storage = null
})

API

PasswordEncryptedOverlay.create(password, {memlimit, opslimit}, cb(err, container))

Create a new container with the given hardness settings. Password must be a Buffer, optimally a SecureBuffer. password should be zero'ed out after it has been derived into a key. Hardness settings determine the resources spent turning password into a encryption key. See the constants below for some predefined settings. memlimit is the number of bytes of memory used, rounded down to the nearest kilobyte. opslimit is the number of passes over the memory. Both must be Numbers and fit in a 32-bit unsigned integer.

PasswordEncryptedOverlay.open(password, buf, cb(err, container))

Open a existing container with encrypted with password. Password must be a Buffer, optimally a SecureBuffer. password should be zero'ed out after it has been derived into a key. buf must be an exisiting container

const plaintext = container.decrypt(buf)

Read and decrypt into a SecureBuffer from buf.

const ciphertext = container.encrypt(buf)

Encrypt a Buffer. This updates the settings and rotates the nonce.

container.compare(key)

Compare the key contained in container with another key. Note this does not compare passphrases, but keys.

container.destroy()

Destroy the internal state, including zero'ing all internal data. Makes all other methods unusable hereafter

PasswordEncryptedOverlay.deriveKey(password, {memlimit, opslimit, nonce?}, cb(err, key, nonce))

Derive a key manually with an optional nonce. Useful if you want to compare passwords without storing the password itself.

const equal = PasswordEncryptedOverlay.compareKeys(k1, k2)

Compare two keys safely, in constant-time.

const equal = PasswordEncryptedOverlay.memzero(buf)

Clear a buffer buf.

Constants

  • PasswordEncryptedOverlay.INTERACTIVE
    • PasswordEncryptedOverlay.MEMLIMIT_INTERACTIVE
    • PasswordEncryptedOverlay.OPSLIMIT_INTERACTIVE
  • PasswordEncryptedOverlay.MODERATE
    • PasswordEncryptedOverlay.MEMLIMIT_MODERATE
    • PasswordEncryptedOverlay.OPSLIMIT_MODERATE
  • PasswordEncryptedOverlay.SENSITIVE
    • PasswordEncryptedOverlay.MEMLIMIT_SENSITIVE
    • PasswordEncryptedOverlay.OPSLIMIT_SENSITIVE

Install

npm install password-encrypted-container

License

ISC

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