Crypt::Keyczar::Crypter - Crypter may both encrypt and decrypt data.


  use Crypt::Keyczar::Crypter;
  my $crypter = Crypt::Keyczar::Crypter->new('/path/to/keysets');
  my $ciphertext = $crypter->encrypt('Secret message');
  my $plain_text = $crypter->decrypt($ciphertext);


Crypt::Keyczar::Crypter may both encrypt and decrypt data using sets of symmetric or private keys. Sets of public keys may only be used with Crypt::Keyczar::Encrypter objects.


    * new($keyset_path)

    Create a new Crypt::Keyczar::Crypter with file-based keyset location. This will attempt to read the keys using a Crypt::Keyczar::FileReader. The corresponding key set must have a purpose of crypt.

    * new($reader_object)

    Create a new Crypt::Keyczar::Crypter with a Crypt::Keyczar::Reader object.

    * encrypt($input)

    Encrypt the given $input. return the encrypted cipher text.

    * decrypt($input)

    Decrypt the given $input ciphertext. return the decrypted plain text.


"keyczar" in bin, Crypt::Keyczar, Crypt::Keyczar::Encrypter,


Hiroyuki OYAMA <>


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