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non port: head/security/rubygem-ruby-hmac/distinfo
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Sun, 20 Oct 2013
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331015 security/Makefile
331015 security/rubygem-ruby-hmac
331015 security/rubygem-ruby-hmac/Makefile
331015 security/rubygem-ruby-hmac/distinfo
331015 security/rubygem-ruby-hmac/pkg-descr
This module provides common interface to HMAC functionality. HMAC is a kind of
"Message Authentication Code" (MAC) algorithm whose standard is documented in
RFC2104. Namely, a MAC provides a way to check the integrity of information
transmitted over or stored in an unreliable medium, based on a secret key.
Originally written by Daiki Ueno. Converted to a RubyGem by Geoffrey Grosenbach

WWW: http://ruby-hmac.rubyforge.org/

PR:		ports/182668
Submitted by:	http://ruby-hmac.rubyforge.org/

Number of commits found: 1

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