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blake2b

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BLAKE2b implemented in WebAssembly.

All credit to the original authors Jean-Philippe Aumasson, Samuel Neves, Zooko Wilcox-O'Hearn, and Christian Winnerlein, as well as open-source contributors dcposch, mafintosh, and emilbayes for porting the reference implementation to JavaScript and WebAssembly.


Usage

import { blake2b } from "https://deno.land/x/blake2b/mod.ts";

console.log('BLAKE2b512 of msg "food":', blake2b("food", "utf8", "hex"));

API

new Blake2b(bytes: number, key?: Uint8Array, salt?: Uint8Array, personal?: Uint8Array)

Create a Blake2b instance. bytes must indicate the desired digest length. If in doubt about your digest length requirements, just fall back to Blake2b.BYTES_MAX, which yields a 64-byte digest. If key is given the digest is essentially a MAC. The key length can be any integer in 0..64. Again, if in doubt about your key length requirements, settle for a paranoid 64 which is Blake2b.KEYBYTES_MAX and sleep tight. salt and personal must both have length 16 if set. They can be used for salting and defining unique hash functions for multiple applications respectively.

Blake2b#update(input: string | Uint8Array, inputEncoding?: string): Blake2b

Update a Blake2b instance. Can be called multiple times. inputEncoding can be one of "utf8", "hex", or "base64". If the input is string and no inputEncoding is provided utf8-encoding is assumed.

Blake2b#digest(outputEncoding?: string): string | Uint8Array

Obtain a hash digest. To get a string digest set outputEncoding to any of "utf8", "hex", or "base64".

Blake2b#bytes: number

A readonly instance property indicating the digest length defined at instantiation.

There are a couple handy exported constants you should be aware of:

BYTES_MIN // 1
BYTES_MAX // 64
INPUTBYTES_MIN  // 0
INPUTBYTES_MAX  // 2n ** 128n - 1n
KEYBYTES_MIN    // 0
KEYBYTES_MAX    // 64
SALTBYTES       // 16
PERSONALBYTES   // 16

Readables

Saarinen, M-J; Aumasson, J-P (November 2015). The BLAKE2 Cryptographic Hash and Message Authentication Code (MAC). IETF. doi:10.17487/RFC7693. RFC 7693.

Aumasson, Neves, Wilcox-O’Hearn, and Winnerlein (January 2013). "BLAKE2: simpler, smaller, fast as MD5".


License

MIT