International Crypto API for GNU/Linux

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CryptoAPI adds a framework for cryptography to the GNU/Linux kernel.



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Cryproc is module for the Linux kernel 2.6 which allows user space programs to access the kernel's CryptoAPI functions via a file called quot;cryprocquot; created in the /proc filesystem.

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net-crypto - CryptoAPI library for using the PEM key format in .Net apps.

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