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forge - A native implementation of TLS in Javascript and tools to write crypto-based and network-heavy webapps

  •    Javascript

A native implementation of TLS (and various other cryptographic tools) in JavaScript. The Forge software is a fully native implementation of the TLS protocol in JavaScript, a set of cryptography utilities, and a set of tools for developing Web Apps that utilize many network resources.

Hash-Buster - Crack hashes in seconds.

  •    Python

Note: Hash Buster isn't compatible with python2, run it with python3 instead. Also, Hash-Buster uses some APIs for hash lookups, check the source code if you are paranoid. After the installation, you will be able to access it with buster command.

crypto-hash - Tiny hashing module that uses the native crypto API in Node.js and the browser

  •    Javascript

Useful when you want the same hashing API in all environments. My cat calls it isomorphic. In Node.js it uses require('crypto'), while in the browser it uses window.crypto.

digestif - Simple hash algorithms in OCaml

  •    OCaml

Digestif (and Rakia) provid some hashes functions in OCaml. Rakia provides theses functions by a C stub and Digestif is a pure implementation in OCaml of theses hashes. So these hashes functions can be used in an OCaml/Mirage/JavasScript world. Obviously, Rakia is more faster than Digestif (the hot loop was implemented in C) but it's possible than Rakia can't compile in your architecture. In this case, it's better to use Digestif or send a PR to fix Rakia.