Zenroom is a brand new, small and portable virtual machine for cryptographic operations. The Zenroom VM has no external dependencies, is smaller than 1MB, runs in less than 64KiB memory and is ready for experimental use on many target platforms: desktop, embedded, mobile, cloud and browsers.
Our effort is that of improving people's awareness of how their data is processed by algorithms, as well facilitate the work of developers to create along privacy by design principles using algorithms that can be deployed in any situation without any change.
0.5.013 Apr 2018 09:00
Fully adopted Milagro-crypto-C as underlying crypto library, abandoning luazen at least for now. Refactored the API and language approach to adopt a more object-oriented posture towards first-class citizen data objects (octets) and keyrings. Full ECDH implementation with support for multiple curve types.
Direct-syntax interpreter upgraded to Lua 5.3; dropped dependency from lua_sandbox effectively cleaning up large portions of code.
Adopted an embedded memory-manager (umm) optionally enabled at runtime, achieving significant speed improvements, reduction of resources used and full control on memory allocation; adopted a function pointer mechanism to easily include different memory managers in the future.
Updated documentation accordingly with more examples and tests. Half-baked RSA implementation may be abandoned in the future unless use-cases arise.