require.extensions handler for requiring encrypted files (e.g. .js, .json).
$ npm install encext
First, we encrypt some files with the included script.
$ encext -r lib/ Password:
Once the encryption password is entered, the above command will
recursively encrypt all
.json files in the
and it's subdirectories. Run
encext --help for details on the
Now that we have some encrypted source files, we need to delete the originals prior to deployment. You will need at least one unencrypted source file to bootstrap the process. It will include code something like this
That one line of code will setup the encrypted extension loaders
and initialize the cipher with the given algorithm and password. This
obviously has to match the one you used when encrypting the files with
encext command line tool.
encext module with the given encryption algorithm and
derives the encryption key from the given password.
openssl list-cipher-algorithmswill display the available ciphers.
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Copyright (c) 2012 Jeff Kunkle
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