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jose-jwt - Ultimate Javascript Object Signing and Encryption (JOSE) and JSON Web Token (JWT) Implementation for

  •    CSharp

Minimallistic zero-dependency library for generating, decoding and encryption JSON Web Tokens. Supports full suite of JSON Web Algorithms as of July 4, 2014 version. JSON parsing agnostic, can plug any desired JSON processing library. Extensively tested for compatibility with jose.4.j, Nimbus-JOSE-JWT and json-jwt libraries.v2.1 and above added extra features support for .NET461+ and coming with 3 version of binaries (NET4, NET461 and netstandard1.4).

jose2go - Golang (GO) implementation of Javascript Object Signing and Encryption specification

  •    Go

Pure Golang (GO) library for generating, decoding and encrypting JSON Web Tokens. Zero dependency, relies only on standard library.Supports full suite of signing, encryption and compression algorithms defined by JSON Web Algorithms as of July 4, 2014 version.

python-jwt - JSON Web Token library for Python

  •    Python

python-jwt is a JSON Web Token (JWT) implementation in Python developed by Gehirn Inc. You can install python-jwt with pip.

node-jose

  •    Javascript

A JavaScript implementation of the JSON Object Signing and Encryption (JOSE) for current web browsers and node.js-based servers. This library implements (wherever possible) all algorithms, formats, and options in JWS, JWE, JWK, and JWA and uses native cryptographic support (WebCrypto API or node.js' "crypto" module) where feasible. This library uses Promises for nearly every operation.




node-ecdsa-sig-formatter

  •    Javascript

Convert the ASN.1/DER encoded signature to a JOSE-style concatenated signature. Returns a base64 url encoded String. Fork the repository. Committing directly against this repository is highly discouraged.

node-jwk-to-pem - Convert a json web key to a PEM for use by OpenSSL or crytpo

  •    Javascript

Convert a json web key to a PEM for use by OpenSSL or crytpo. The first parameter should be an Object representing the jwk, it may be public or private. By default, either of the two will be made into a public PEM. The call will throw if the input jwk is malformed or does not represent a valid key.