Google Releases KeyCzar

Google has released keyCzar, a cryptographic toolkit that supports encryption and authentication for both symmetric and public-key algorithms.

Cryptography is a common problem area for web programmers. keyCzar aims to help alleviate some of the issues by supplying safe defaults, tagging versions, and a simple interface.

[via Zero Day]

9 thoughts on “Google Releases KeyCzar

  1. Hi Matt. It has been internally reviewed, but the public peer review process is just starting. There has already been some good feedback. I anticipate we’ll make significant changes before the 1.0 release based on open source contributors.

    (PS – Why does this comment system convert everything to lower case?)

  2. And how is this a hack?

    This looks like a cross between an advertisement and a press-release, barely warmed over.

    hackaday is looking more & more like slashdot, but without the +5 funny

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