Crypto++® Library 8.1
Free C++ library for cryptographic schemes originally written by Wei Dai and includes ciphers, message authentication codes, one-way hash functions, public-key cryptosystems, key agreement schemes, and deflate compression.
Crypto++ offers implementations for well known and lesser known schemes and algorithms. Below is a small list of well known systems.
|Diffie-Hellman Key Agreement||Advanced Encryption Standard||RSA Cryptography|
|Elliptic Curve Cryptography||Digital Signature Algorithm||ElGamal Cryptosystem|
|x25519 Key Agreement||ed25519 Signature Scheme||ChaCha20 Stream Cipher|
Denis Bider's Crypto++ User Guide is available on the Crypto++ wiki. All files in the collection can be found in User Guide. Everyone who is new to Crypto++ should familiarize themselves with the filter section. Note: the User Guide is somewhat dated now. Even though all functionality is present, some objects no longer exist.
The official documentation is the Crypto++ annotated sources. You can find it on the Crypto++ main page at the Crypto++ Library API Reference.
The wiki has a lot of information in it. You can try All Pages to see a list of all pages, or you can use Random Page to get a random page. You can also use the special Categories Page if you know the category of information you are seeking.
If you have an idea about what you want, then try the Search feature in the toolbox on the left. Be sure to click Search, and not Go (or press ENTER since that's Go).
If you are looking for something that's not part of the library, then it might be available as a Patch. The Patch page is maintained by the community and collects third party contributions and provides them to the community under the same licensing terms as the library itself.
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|Crypto++ Users Group||Crypto++ Manual||Recommended Books|
|Crypto++ GitHub Project||Crypto++ Roadmap||Products using Crypto++|
|Crypto++ License||Reporting Bugs||Supported Compilers|