Authenticated Encryption with Associated Data (AEAD) traits
This crate provides an abstract interface for AEAD ciphers, which guarantee both confidentiality and integrity, even from a powerful attacker who is able to execute chosen-ciphertext attacks. The resulting security property, ciphertext indistinguishability, is considered a basic requirement for modern cryptographic implementations.
See RustCrypto/AEADs for cipher implementations which use this trait.
Type aliases for many constants.
Streaming AEAD support.
decrypt_in_place method on
AeadMutInPlace], using a macro to gloss over the
Define AEAD test
AEAD payloads are a combination of a message (plaintext or ciphertext) and “additional associated data” (AAD) to be authenticated (in cleartext) along with the message.
Authenticated Encryption with Associated Data (AEAD) algorithm.
Authenticated Encryption with Associated Data (AEAD) algorithm core trait.
In-place stateless AEAD trait.
Stateful Authenticated Encryption with Associated Data algorithm.
In-place stateful AEAD trait.
In-place encryption/decryption byte buffers.