a tiny user-friendly encryption utility
This module intends to allow easy access to Node's
crypto library via a command line tool.
In the 1950s symmetry was all the rage in Physics, but a group of scientists found a startling asymmetry in the decay of the newly found muon and pion particles. Thus this module is called nomuon to both harken back to those days of the beauty of symmetry, but also remind us that symmetry is not a universal given.
$ npm install nomuon
$ git clone
None yet, feel free to make some!
The password prompt will do its best to hide your password.
# encrypt$ nomuon --input hello.txt --output hello.aesprompt: password:completed output writecompleted encryption# decrypt$ nomuon --input hello.aes --output hello.txtprompt: password:completed output writecompleted decryption
uncaughtException(error thrown instead of emitted)
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