DAuth is a low-level authentication library which provides a
simple-yet-flexible API, so your software can easily incorporate secure,
upgradable user authentication based on salted password hashes.
By default, DAuth uses known-good hashing and randomization algorithms
(currently SHA-512 and Hash_DRBG), but it accepts any Phobos-compatible
hash digest or random number generator. You can have as much or as
little control as you need, making DAuth suitable for both new projects
and interfacing with any existing hashed-password store.
New in v0.6:
- Added SHA-2 (hash digest) and Hash_DRBG (cryptographically secure
psuedo-random number generator), and set them as the new hash/RNG
defaults. DAuth is only a temporary home for these - the SHA-2
implementation has already been merged into phobos master, and I intend
to prepare a pull request for the Hash_DRBG. But they're ready-to-use in
DAuth in the meantime.
- Split DAuth into separate modules (using a "package.d" to preserve
- Changed callbacks from functions to delegates.
- Fixed a few bugs, including an error in the dub package file.
Full changelog is here: