M_Crypto - AES, Blowfish, Bcrypt, and Scrypt for Xojo

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An encryption library for Xojo that implements Blowfish and AES encryption and Bcrypt hash module, translated from C libraries (included as Xcode projects). This project was originally released as Blowfish_MTC and included the Blowfish_MTC class and Bcrypt module. These have been rolled into M_Crypto with some important changes that may affect existing projects.

https://github.com/ktekinay/M_Crypto

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