tls-eio

Transport Layer Security purely in OCaml - Eio
Overview Documentation
Description

Transport Layer Security (TLS) is probably the most widely deployed security protocol on the Internet. It provides communication privacy to prevent eavesdropping, tampering, and message forgery. Furthermore, it optionally provides authentication of the involved endpoints. TLS is commonly deployed for securing web services (HTTPS), emails, virtual private networks, and wireless networks.

TLS uses asymmetric cryptography to exchange a symmetric key, and optionally authenticate (using X.509) either or both endpoints. It provides algorithmic agility, which means that the key exchange method, symmetric encryption algorithm, and hash algorithm are negotiated.

Read further and our Usenix Security 2015 paper.

Install
Published
28 Sep 2022
Sources
tls-0.15.4.tbz
sha256=5f8d1d56b06f6069efd1d0a3de0c45cb488d3d13eb7f132c84ec7ba3f0d1c382
sha512=333352cb90bd1a43763571373e61fea1c0ea31f81ef728069344bf807e5a1916d3e249260b37bae62128961f4f7cbfd3cb22b1541088aa241e4637aec7aa7876
Dependencies
mdx
with-test
eio_main
>= "0.5" & with-test
eio
>= "0.5"
x509
>= "0.15.0"
mirage-crypto-rng-eio
>= "0.8.0" & with-test
tls
= version
dune
>= "3.0"
ocaml
>= "5.0.0"
Reverse Dependencies