Hash password directly from your terminal.
Coded with by Simone Primarosa.
This package is part of the upash project, which aim is to provide a unified and user-friendly APIs for all the passwords hashing algorithms out there.
In particular, this package allows you to use multiple password hashing algorithms through a simple CLI.
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npm install -g upash-cli
Usage $ upash hash <algorithm name> <password string> $ upash verify [<algorithm name>] <hash string> <password string> Algorithms available argon2 scrypt bcrypt pbkdf2 Options for argon2 hashing --variant <number> Variant of argon2 to use. Can be one of ['d', 'i', 'id'] for argon2d, argon2i and argon2id respectively. --iterations <number> Number of iterations to use --memory <number> Amount of memory to use in kibibytes. --parallelism <number> Degree of parallelism to use. Options for scrypt hashing --blocksize <number> Amount of memory to use in kibibytes. --cost <number> CPU/memory cost parameter. --parallelism <number> Degree of parallelism to use. Options for bcrypt hashing --rounds <number> Number of iterations to use as as 2^rounds. Options for pbkdf2 hashing --iterations <number> Number of iterations to use. --digest <string> Name of digest to use when applying the key derivation function. Can be one of ['sha1', 'sha256', 'sha512']. Examples $ upash hash argon2 'Hello World' $ upash verify pbkdf2 'hash string' 'Hello World' $ upash hash bcrypt 'Hello World' --rounds=10
Contributions are REALLY welcome and if you find a security flaw in this code, PLEASE report it.
See also the list of contributors who participated in this project.
This project is licensed under the MIT License - see the license file for details.