A plugin for using native AES /Argon2 algorithms in Android/IOS.
- AES(128bit or 256bit) in ECB or CBC mode, with NoPadding or PKCS5Padding
- argon2i, argon2d, argon2id
AES example usage
Uint8List key256 = hex .decode("163928fb9615edf6005afc98d9fdbb3d830b3a286ebef64dd70be848f17bf9cc"); Uint8List iv = hex.decode("c1f6fd873e14050697c168b3e9da5db2"); Uint8List plain = hex.decode("01040000000300000002400000008b2e"); AES aes = AES.ofCBC(key256, iv, PaddingScheme.PKCS5Padding); Uint8List encrypted = await aes.encrypt(plain); Uint8List decrypted = await aes.decrypt(encrypted);
Argon2 example usage
Uint8List password = utf8.encode("password"); Uint8List salt = utf8.encode("helloworld"); Argon2 argon2 = Argon2(iterations: 16, hashLength: 64, memory: 256, parallelism: 2); Uint8List hash = await argon2.argon2i(password, salt);
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