sssa-js - Shamir's Secret Sharing Algorithm - helper cryptography module for JavaScript

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An implementation of Shamir's Secret Sharing Algorithm in JavaScript Currently working in Firefox, Chrome, Safari, Opera, Edge, and Node.js v0.11 or later. Note: this library is for a pure implementation of SSS in JavaScript; if you are looking for the API Library for SSSaaS, look here.


big-integer : ^1.6.5
get-random-values : ^1.1.1
global : ^4.3.0
utf-8 : ^1.0.0



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