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== Elliptic Curve Key Encapsulation ==

Keypairs are generated using: Key.generate(bits)

The number of bits is tied to the NIST-proposed elliptic curves
and has to be 192, 224, 256, 384 or 521 (not 512!).
The result is a Key object containing public and private key.

src/k/e/keyboardlayouteditor-HEAD/KeyDict.py   keyboardlayouteditor(Download)
# along with this program.  If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>
import Key
import Common

src/k/e/keyboardlayouteditor-HEAD/Keyboard.py   keyboardlayouteditor(Download)
import Common
import Key
import GenericLayout
from ParseXML import ParseXML

src/m/o/movement-HEAD/Movement.py   movement(Download)
import cv
import Key
import random