libcrypt-hcesha-perl 0.70-2 source package in Ubuntu


libcrypt-hcesha-perl (0.70-2) unstable; urgency=low

  * new standards version
  * fixed typo in package description
  * fixed Make clean in debian/control

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libcrypt-hcesha-perl: Perl extension for one way hash chaining encryption using SHA

 This module implements a chaining block cipher using a one way hash. This
 method of encryption is the same that is used by radius (RFC2138) and is also
 described in Applied Cryptography.
 Two interfaces are provided in the module. The first is straight block
 encryption/decryption the second does base64 mime encoding/decoding of the
 encrypted/decrypted blocks.
 The idea is that the two sides have a shared secret that supplies one of the
 keys and a randomly generated block of bytes provides the second key. The
 random key is passed in cleartext between the two sides.
 An example client and server are packaged as modules with this module. They
 are used in the tests. They can be found in the examples directory.