Tags • Cryptography
Jagged is a set of Java libraries supporting the age encryption specification. Designed as a simple and modern file encryption standard, age builds on trusted cryptographic algorithms and provides a concise structure for formatting header and payload information. Jagged provides a modular implementation to enable application integration for automated or interactive use cases.
SSHJ is a Java library supporting SSH and SFTP client operations. As the SSH protocol has evolved to support multiple authentication strategies, SSHJ has adapted to support a variety of formats and algorithms for public key authentication. Based on an extensible design, SSHJ is capable of loading and using keys from a number of different source formats.
Apache NiFi 1.15.0 incorporates new processors for signing and verifying OpenPGP messages. SignContentPGP and VerifyContentPGP provide enhanced security for OpenPGP processing, supporting cryptographic signature handling as a standalone operation or in conjunction with encryption.