Overview

Crypto++ is a free C++ class library of cryptographic schemes originally written by Wei Dai. The library is now maintained by a community of volunteers.

The Crypto++ website is located at https://cryptopp.com/, and the source code is located at https://github.com/weidai11/cryptopp. The repository was moved in response to developer requests for Git access.

The SourceForge site will remain in "read only" mode for historical purposes. You should visit the Crypto++ website at https://cryptopp.com/ or GitHub at https://github.com/weidai11/cryptopp to view the latest news, download the latest source code, file bugs and request features.

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Reviews (4)

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I like it. Thanks.

Posted 09/22/2012
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Great, but the build system is a bit painful IMO. Could maybe be improved by the use of CMake (or similar).

Posted 06/28/2012
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good one

Posted 01/11/2010
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Good and very useful library.

Posted 08/04/2009
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