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Rust Two-Factor Authentication (R2FA) is a collection of tools for two-factor authentication

8 releases (4 breaking)

0.5.0 Aug 6, 2015
0.4.2 Aug 4, 2015
0.3.0 Jul 29, 2015
0.2.1 Jul 27, 2015
0.1.1 Jul 27, 2015

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LibreAuth

Build Status LibreAuth on crates.io LibreAuth on docs.rs License: CeCILL-C License: CeCILL-2.1

LibreAuth is a collection of tools for user authentication.

Features

  • Password / passphrase authentication
    • no character-set limitation
    • reasonable lenth limit (security vs. DOS)
    • strong, evolutive and retro-compatible password hashing functions
    • NFKC normalization for Unicode passwords
    • optional NIST Special Publication 800-63B compatibility
  • HOTP - HMAC-based One-time Password Algorithm (OATH - RFC 4226)
    • the key can be passed as bytes, an ASCII string, an hexadicimal string, a base32 string or a base64 string
    • customizable counter
    • customizable hash function (sha1, full sha2 family, sha3/Keccak fixed-size families)
    • customizable output length
    • customizable output alphabet
  • TOTP - Time-based One-time Password Algorithm (OATH - RFC 6238)
    • the key can be passed as bytes, an ASCII string, an hexadicimal string, a base32 string or a base64 string
    • customizable timestamp
    • customizable period
    • customizable initial time (T0)
    • customizable hash function (sha1, full sha2 family, sha3/Keccak fixed-size families)
    • customizable output length
    • customizable output alphabet
    • customizable positive and negative period tolerance
  • Random key generation
    • uses the platform's secure entropy source
    • customizable size
    • customizable output format (Vec, hexadicimal string, base32 string, base64 string)
  • U2F - Universal 2nd Factor (FIDO Alliance) ⚠️ Not started
    • virtual device API
    • client API
    • server API

Status

The project itself is still in development and therefore should not be used in production before version 1.0.0. Below is the list of features that will be present in the first stable version and their individual status.

  • OATH HOTP/TOTP: almost ready!
    • ✅ lot of features
    • ⚠️ almost stable API
    • ⚠️ lack of peer review
  • Password / passphrase authentication: not ready yet.
    • ‼️ incomplete
    • ‼️ unstable API
    • ⚠️ lack of peer review
  • Random key generation: almost ready!
    • ⚠️ almost stable API
    • ⚠️ lack of peer review

Using within a Rust project

You can find LibreAuth on crates.io and include it in your Cargo.toml:

libreauth = "*"

Using outside Rust

In order to build LibreAuth, you will need both the rust compiler and cargo.

$ git clone https://github.com/breard-r/libreauth.git
$ cd libreauth
$ make
$ make install prefix=/usr

Quick examples

Rust

More examples are available in the documentation.

extern crate libreauth;
use libreauth::oath::TOTPBuilder;

let key = "GEZDGNBVGY3TQOJQGEZDGNBVGY3TQOJQ".to_string();
let code = TOTPBuilder::new()
    .base32_key(&key)
    .finalize()
    .unwrap()
    .generate();
assert_eq!(code.len(), 6);

C

#include <stdio.h>
#include <libreauth.h>

int main(void) {
  struct libreauth_totp_cfg cfg;
  char   code[7], key[] = "12345678901234567890";

  if (libreauth_totp_init(&cfg) != LIBREAUTH_OTP_SUCCESS) {
    return 1;
  }
  cfg.key = key;
  cfg.key_len = sizeof(key);
  if (libreauth_totp_generate(&cfg, code) != LIBREAUTH_OTP_SUCCESS) {
    return 2;
  }

  printf("%s\n", code);

  return 0;
}
$ cc -o totp totp.c -llibreauth
$ ./totp
848085

Python

Python bindings are available. See the Python LibreAuth project.

License

LibreAuth is a free software available either under the CeCILL-C or the CeCILL 2.1 license. For a quick summary of those licenses, you can read the frequently asked questions on the licenses' website. A full copy of those licenses are available in this repository both in english and french.

While the CeCILL 2.1 is the original LibreAuth license, future versions may be published only under the CeCILL-C license. This change occurs because CeCILL 2.1 isn't really suited for a library since it is a "viral" license.

Dependencies

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