[cryptography] OpenPGP in Python: Security evaluations?
Fabio Pietrosanti (naif) - lists
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Thu Apr 23 02:25:14 EDT 2015
On 4/21/15 2:41 PM, John Downey wrote:
> This doesn't answer your question but GnuPG has a library interface
> called GPGME, or GPG Made Easy. To quote the GnuPG site, "GPGME is the
> standard library to access GnuPG functions from programming languages."
> Can you use one of the Python bindings to GPGME?
Unluckily PyMe is unmaintained and there's no major software using GPGMe
Everyone, including GlobaLeaks, is using python-gnupg wrapper but that's
an HORRIBLE software design choice (having a wrapper that fire an
executable) and we want to fix that.
Today a pure-python version, such as PGPy and OpenPGP-Python, sounds
like a valuable alternative.
Both are based on python-cryptography for crypto algorithm
implementation, so it shall be safe enough w.t.r. to encryption
functionality itself? .
Fabio Pietrosanti (naif)
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