Mediggo – Tool To Detect Weak Or Insecure Cryptosystems Using Generic Cryptanalysis Techniques

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Mediggo is an opensource cryptanalysis library. This library implements generic cryptanalysis techniques to detect weak or insecure cryptosystems or learn and practice with cryptanalysis.

This library is open source (LGPL licence) and written in C programming language. Samples and test cases are provided with each techniques:

  • the solution is not always given to make people practice
  • the solution can always be obtained by contacting the development team

Current Features

  • Detection and cryptanalysis of weakly implemented or trapped systems

Future Features

  • Automatic detection of statistical biases in cryptographic algorithms.
  • Specific cryptanalysis tools.

You can download Mediggo here:

megiddo-0.4.0.tar.gz

Or read more here.

Posted in: Cryptography, Hacking Tools

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