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Secure Profile

This repository provides structures to work with encrypted profiles.

Getting started

Get started quickly by following the instructions below.


Use NPM to install this library into your project:

npm install --save @0to10/profiles


All configuration must be done before using any other structures provided by this package, or risk ending with an unstable state and/or corrupted data.

Configure the available cryptography parameters. Example below:

import {CryptoVersions} from '@0to10/profiles';

        number: 1,
        algorithm: {
            name: 'AES-CTR',
            iv_length: 64,

Create a profile

Below is an example of how to create a new profile, using the ProfileFactory class and adding some data to it.

The Profile instance created by the ProfileFactory is a roaming profile, meaning that it is unencrypted and mutable. A roaming profile may only be used locally on an authorised device, and must never leave that device in its unencrypted form.

'use strict';

import {ProfileFactory, RoamingProfile} from '@0to10/profiles';

const factory: ProfileFactory = new ProfileFactory();

const profile: RoamingProfile = factory.create();
profile.data.set('sensitive_information', 'I am using a Qwerty keyboard.');

Any required authentication information should be stored outside the profile, as this information is not accessible until the profile is decrypted.

Encrypt a profile

Before transporting the profile, it must be encrypted. Classes that transport or store a profile instance must refuse storing any unsealed profiles.

'use strict';

import {EncryptedProfile, Profile, ProfileFactory} from '@0to10/profiles';

const factory: ProfileFactory = new ProfileFactory();

const profile = factory.create();
// Modify the profile

const encryptedProfile: EncryptedProfile = profile.encrypt(
    await profile.deriveMasterKey('MyS3cretPassw0rd!')

// Store the profile

Running in browser

When running in a web browser, use the library as bound to the window object under the SecureProfiles index. Example below.

const profileFactory = new window.SecureProfiles.ProfileFactory();

profileFactory.create().then(profile => {
    // Use "profile"

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