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    Package twofish implements Bruce Schneier's Twofish encryption algorithm.

    Deprecated: Twofish is a legacy cipher and should not be used for new applications. Also, this package does not and will not provide an optimized implementation. Instead, use AES (from crypto/aes, if necessary in an AEAD mode like crypto/cipher.NewGCM) or XChaCha20-Poly1305 (from golang.org/x/crypto/chacha20poly1305).

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    const BlockSize = 16

      BlockSize is the constant block size of Twofish.

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      Types

      type Cipher

      type Cipher struct {
      	// contains filtered or unexported fields
      }

        A Cipher is an instance of Twofish encryption using a particular key.

        func NewCipher

        func NewCipher(key []byte) (*Cipher, error)

          NewCipher creates and returns a Cipher. The key argument should be the Twofish key, 16, 24 or 32 bytes.

          func (*Cipher) BlockSize

          func (c *Cipher) BlockSize() int

            BlockSize returns the Twofish block size, 16 bytes.

            func (*Cipher) Decrypt

            func (c *Cipher) Decrypt(dst, src []byte)

              Decrypt decrypts a 16-byte block from src to dst, which may overlap.

              func (*Cipher) Encrypt

              func (c *Cipher) Encrypt(dst, src []byte)

                Encrypt encrypts a 16-byte block from src to dst, which may overlap. Note that for amounts of data larger than a block, it is not safe to just call Encrypt on successive blocks; instead, use an encryption mode like CBC (see crypto/cipher/cbc.go).

                type KeySizeError

                type KeySizeError int

                func (KeySizeError) Error

                func (k KeySizeError) Error() string

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