python-scrypt 0.8.0-0ubuntu2 source package in Ubuntu

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python-scrypt (0.8.0-0ubuntu2) artful; urgency=medium

  * No change rebuild to drop Python 3.5 support.

 -- Michael Hudson-Doyle <email address hidden>  Fri, 04 Aug 2017 18:56:18 +1200

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Michael Hudson-Doyle on 2017-08-04
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Original maintainer:
Ubuntu Developers
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Section:
misc
Urgency:
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python-scrypt: Python bindings for the scrypt key derivation function library

 This is a set of Python bindings for the scrypt key derivation function.
 .
 Scrypt is useful when encrypting password as it is possible to specify a
 minimum amount of time to use when encrypting and decrypting. If, for
 example, a password takes 0.05 seconds to verify, a user won't notice the
 slight delay when signing in, but doing a brute force search of several
 billion passwords will take a considerable amount of time. This is in
 contrast to more traditional hash functions such as MD5 or the SHA family
 which can be implemented extremely fast on cheap hardware.

python-scrypt-dbgsym: Debug symbols for python-scrypt
python3-scrypt: Python 3 bindings for the scrypt key derivation function library

 This is a set of Python bindings for the scrypt key derivation function.
 .
 Scrypt is useful when encrypting password as it is possible to specify a
 minimum amount of time to use when encrypting and decrypting. If, for
 example, a password takes 0.05 seconds to verify, a user won't notice the
 slight delay when signing in, but doing a brute force search of several
 billion passwords will take a considerable amount of time. This is in
 contrast to more traditional hash functions such as MD5 or the SHA family
 which can be implemented extremely fast on cheap hardware.

python3-scrypt-dbgsym: debug symbols for python3-scrypt