This is an implementation of the PBKDF2 key derivation function, as defined in RFC 2898.
// Create PBKDF2 instance using the SHA256 hash. The default is to use SHA1 var gen = new PBKDF2(hash: new SHA256()); // Generate a 32 byte key using the given password and salt, with 1000 iterations var key = gen.generateKey("password", "salt", 1000, 32);
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|0.2.0||Mar 30, 2017|
|0.1.0||Mar 13, 2014|
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