py36-passlib - Comprehensive password hashing framework supporting over 30 schemes

Property Value
Distribution NetBSD 8.1
Repository NetBSD i386
Package filename py36-passlib-1.7.2.tgz
Package name py36-passlib
Package version 1.7.2
Package release -
Package architecture i386
Package type tgz
Category python security
License modified-bsd
Maintainer -
Download size 621.65 KB
Installed size 4.07 MB
Passlib is a password hashing library for Python 2 & 3, which
provides cross-platform implementations of over 30 password hashing
algorithms, as well as a framework for managing existing password
hashes. It's designed to be useful for a wide range of tasks, from
verifying a hash found in /etc/shadow, to providing full-strength
password hashing for multi-user application.


Package Version Architecture Repository
py36-passlib-1.7.2.tgz 1.7.2 amd64 NetBSD
py36-passlib - - -


Name Value
py36-setuptools >= 0.8
python36 >= 3.6.0


Type URL
Binary Package py36-passlib-1.7.2.tgz
Source Package py36-passlib

Install Howto

Install py36-passlib tgz package:

# pkg_add py36-passlib

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