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    @hnw/easyaes

    0.0.9 • Public • Published

    EasyAes

    Block cipher library for non-serious use

    Description

    Entering a raw password on the command line, in an environment variable, or in plain text can cause security issues.

    In order to prevent the secret leakage from plain text (ex. shoulder hack), we should save encrypted strings in all storage, and decrypt passwords only when a raw password is required.

    EasyAes provides easy-to-use encryption/decription functions. This library allows you to use encrypted strings easily in configuration files, environment variables, and command line.

    Features

    • Easy-to-use
    • Node.js module which provides {AES, Blowfish, 3DES} {encryption, decryption}
    • A command line tool which provides {encryption, decryption, secret key generator}
    • Force CBC mode
    • Automatically randomize initialization vector

    Install

    $ npm i @hnw/easyaes
    

    Setup

    $ $(npm bin)/easyaes --keygen > $HOME/.easyaes
    

    Example 1

    $ echo "foobar" | $(npm bin)/easyaes --encrypt
    8EpauI1BBxvo8VzSeA3zsg==
    $ echo "8EpauI1BBxvo8VzSeA3zsg==" | $(npm bin)/easyaes --decrypt
    foobar
    

    Example 2

    const EasyAes=require("@hnw/easyaes");
    cipher = new EasyAes();
    console.log(cipher.decrypt('8EpauI1BBxvo8VzSeA3zsg==')); // foobar

    Example 3

    const EasyAes = require("@hnw/easyaes");
    const cipher = new EasyAes();
    const yargs = require('yargs')
    let argv = yargs.argv;
    argv = cipher.decrypt(argv);
    console.log(argv);
    $ node test.js --encrypted=8EpauI1BBxvo8VzSeA3zsg==
    { _: [], encrypted: 'foobar', '$0': 'test.js' }
    

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    Install

    npm i @hnw/easyaes

    DownloadsWeekly Downloads

    3

    Version

    0.0.9

    License

    MIT

    Unpacked Size

    11.2 kB

    Total Files

    5

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    • hnw