|0.1.8||Feb 6, 2021|
|0.1.7||Feb 6, 2021|
|0.1.5||Jan 31, 2021|
#1769 in Cryptography
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SRP (secure remote password)
Only SHA-256 is currently supported, others are planned in the future.
Add the library to your
[dependencies] ... rust-srp = "0.1.8" ...
High-level description of the client-server interaction. An example can also be found from the test case test_srp_client_server.
let n = <bigint>; let g = <bigint>; // Create the client let mut client = SrpClient::new(n.clone(), g.clone()); // Create public key (A, bigint) let a = client.step_1(<username>.clone(), <password>.clone()); // Create a client evidence (M1, bigint) let m_1 = client.step_2(<salt>.clone(), b.clone()); // Validate server evidence (M2, bigint). // Note: At this point the client is no longer usable, as it has passed its ownership to the function. client.step_3(m_2)
let n = <bigint>; let g = <bigint>; // Create server with the public client key A let mut server = SrpServer::new(a, n.clone(), g.clone()); // Create public key B by locating the SRP params for user identity I let b = server.step_1(<username>.clone(), <salt>.clone(), <verifier>.clone()); // Validate client evidence M1, and create server evidence M2. // Note: At this point the server is no longer valid, as it has passed its ownership to the function. let m_2 = server.step_2(m_1); // If M1 is valid, then from the server's point of view, client is now authenticated