High-level authenticated encryption API used by Vault
Provides a high-level authenticated encryption API that Vault uses to encrypt its stored settings. It is not intended to be a long-term solution since eventually we will be able to use GCM mode or NaCl in Node, but for now I'm using a hand-rolled encrypt-then-MAC scheme based on AES-256-CBC and HMAC-SHA-256.
It is very high-level, providing a simple way to encrypt and decrypt text:
var Cipher = require'vault-cipher'cipher = 'your secret key';cipherencrypt'some text'cipherdecryptciphertext// message == 'some text';;
The cipher is configurable by passing options to the constructor, for example:
var cipher = 'secret key' format: 'hex' work: 1000
The available options are:
format: the output format of the ciphertext, either
salt: a salt string used during PBKDF2 key derivation, defaults to a GUID embedded in the library
work: the number of PBKDF2 iterations used to derive the encryption and signing keys, default is
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