A system for securely managing secrets.
This top-level crate contains references to the others that make up the IOTA Stronghold’s low-level crates known as “Stronghold-Engine”.
This framework is divided into the following crates:
vault: logic and abstractions for the storage layer
snapshot: method for storing the state of the vault in a file
store: a simple unencrypted storage protocol
This library has not yet been audited for security, so use at your own peril. Until a formal third-party security audit has taken place, the IOTA Foundation makes no guarantees to the fitness of this library for any purposes.
This crate defines and implements the encrypted offline storage format used by the Stronghold ecosystem.
This crate contains a key/value cache for the stronghold engine. Data is stored in key-value pairs and an expiration timestamp can be set. The data is stored in a structured format and can be quickly retrieved at will. Along with the Vault, this crate is used to store general unencrypted data.
Vault is an in-memory database specification which is designed to work without a central server. Only the user which holds the associated id and key may modify the data in a vault. Another owner can take control over the data if they know the id and the key.
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