saltpack combines 2 standards, NaCl for all the
crypto, and MessagePack for all the binary. So
far, we've implemented saltpack in both Go and Python. We have also
reserved the npm module
saltpack for when we officially endorse or make our
own JS solution.
Note: These repos are for developers and folks who want to experiment with the
format. If you want to use saltpack in real life, the easiest way is the
verify commands that come with the Keybase
# Having already set up a valid GOPATH... go get github.com/keybase/saltpack
pip install saltpack # Sign a message with a random key. saltpack sign --message "foo" | tee /tmp/my_signed_message # Verify that message with lots of debug output. saltpack verify --debug < /tmp/my_signed_message # Encrypt a message with a hardcoded default key. saltpack encrypt --message "bar" | tee /tmp/my_encrypted_message # Decrypt that message with lots of debug output. saltpack decrypt --debug < /tmp/my_encrypted_message
James Julich has published a Java implementation.