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Abot: Anonymous messaging for Slack.
Aspia Remote Desktop: A remote
desktop implementation (client and server) for Windows systems.
Apache Tuweni: A set of libraries and
other tools to aid development of blockchain and other decentralized
software in Java and other JVM languages.
platform agnostic browser extension that allows for easy encryption
and decryption of text data across the web.
Cloaker: Very simple cross-platform
CurveLock: Message encryption for
Cyph: End-to-end encrypted, authenticated, and ephemeral
chat with voice + video + file transfers.
DAT: Nonprofit-backed data sharing protocol for
applications of the future.
Detsign: Use passphrases to
generate deterministic ED25519 signing keys.
Discord: All-in-one voice and text chat for gamers
that’s free, secure, and works on both your desktop and phone.
Dircifrar: A directory
synchronization and encryption tool.
Dovecot: Dovecot is an open source IMAP and POP3 email
server for Linux/UNIX-like systems, written with security primarily in mind.
Duniter: Duniter is an open source Relative Money Theory ditributed
forged blockchain and clients (silkaj, duniterpy, cesium, ...) uses libsodium
ente: A simple, end-to-end encrypted backup solution for photos and videos
EQEmu: An Open Source project committed to
providing custom Everquest servers.
Evernym Plenum: A byzantine fault tolerant protocol.
Fastd: A fast and secure tunnelling daemon.
FeCl: A secure message-passing server
based on libsodium.
Flocksy: An anonymous file
Glorytun: A small, simple and very fast
user-friendly, password protected, note taking application for iOS.
Habitat: Habitat, by Chef, is automation that
travels with the app.
Hat-Backup: A backend-agnostic
snapshotting backup system.
KadNode: A small P2P DNS resolution
daemon based on a Distributed Hash Table.
Keystone Enclave: An open source
secure enclave for RISC-V processors.
KeepassXC: KeePass Cross-Platform Community Edition.
KeePassXC stores your passwords safely and auto-types them into your everyday
websites and applications.
Kickpass: A stupid simple password
Kryptonite: The new home for your SSH private
key on your iPhone or Android.
Kryptor: Free and open source file encryption software.
Lageant: libsodium Authentication
Lawncipher: An embedded, encrypted,
multi-purpose document store.
libagentcrypt: Library for
symmetric encryption using SSH Agent. It includes a command line utility
able to encrypt/decrypt files and/or passwords securely with your ssh keys
Lumimaja: PasswordSafe with Argon2
KDF, data encrypted with ChaCha20Poly1305, and Yubikey support.
MLVPN: A multi-link VPN
Magic Wormhole: Get things from
one computer to another, safely.
MaidSafe: A new Secure way to access a world of
existing apps where the security of your data is put above all else.
Metastream: Watch streaming media with friends.
Minisign: A dead simple tool to sign
files and verify signatures.
Molch: An implementation of the Axolotl
Muon: A fast stateless VPN with
obfuscation to escape traffic monitoring.
Nahoft: An offline encryption tool for mobile
phones, designed to let people communicate during Internet shutdowns in Iran.
NTPsec: A security-hardened implementation
of Network Time Protocol Version 4.
NanoChat: A P2P, E2E encrypted and
discoverable chat application on top of nanomsg library.
Network Next: A real-time CDN for game traffic. You control the network!
Open Reputation: An open source decentralized
platform that maps identity and reputation onto the Internet-of-things.
OpenBazaar: A free market for all. No fees, no
OpenGKS: An RFID gate keeper solution that
automatically tracks, records data and sends text messages (SMS) and email
notifications to parents upon a student's entrance and exit in school.
OpenR: Facebook's internally designed and
developed routing protocol/platform.
PAVE: The Password Manager. Easy password sharing
for teams. No cloud.
PCP: Pretty Curved Privacy (pcp1) is a
commandline utility which can be used to encrypt files.
Pbox: A CLI password manager.
Petmail: A secure communication and
Pichi: An Application Layer
Proxy controlled via RESTful APIs.
PipeSocks: A pipe-like SOCKS5 tunnel
PowerDNS: PowerDNS has been designed to serve
both the needs of small installations by being easy to setup, as well as for
serving very large query volumes on large numbers of domains. Additionally,
PowerDNS offers very high domain resolution performance.
QtCrypt: Lightweight, portable
application that encrypts files and directories using a symmetric-key
RavenDB: A linq enabled document database for .NET.
Rebel Backup: Encrypted backups of important files to Dropbox and Google Drive.
Remembear: a full-featured, multi-platform
password manager, by TunnelBear.
Reop: Reasonable expectation of
Rubinius: Rubinius is a platform for building
programming language technology.
SODA: The SODA project aims to investigate
the relationship between server components and server performance.
SaltStack: SaltStack software orchestrates the build
and ongoing management of any modern infrastructure.
Sandstorm: An open source operating system for
personal and private clouds.
Secrets: Easily and securely store passwords,
credit card numbers, bank details, and confidential information.
Available for Mac and iOS.
ShadowSocks: A secure socks5 proxy,
designed to protect your Internet traffic.
Sharekey: Encrypted data storage.
Simple DnsCrypt: A simple
management tool for dnscrypt-proxy.
Snackis: A post-modern
SPAKE2+EE: A SPAKE2+ Elligator
Edition implementation for libsodium.
Splonebox: An open source network assessment
tool with focus on modularity.
Stellar: An open platform for building financial
products that connect people everywhere.
TREES: A Dovecot email storage
Tbak: Encrypted, compressed, distributed
Telehash: An embeddable private network stack for
mobile, web, and devices.
Tezos: a new decentralized blockchain that governs
itself by establishing a true digital commonwealth.
Tinfoil Chat: an onion-routed, endpoint secure
Tox: A new kind of instant messenging.
Ultrapowa Clash Server: UCS is a server emulator
for the famous game Clash of Clans
Vim: Vim is a greatly improved version of the good
old UNIX editor Vi. Libsodium is used for reading and writing of encrypted files.
VOLTTRON: VOLTTRON is an innovative
distributed control and sensing software platform. Its source code has been
released, making it possible for researchers and others to use this tool to
build applications for more efficiently managing energy use among appliances
and devices, including heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC)
systems, lighting, electric vehicles and others.
Wifibroadcast: Transmitter and
receiver of UDP packets using raw WiFi radio.
Wire: Modern, private communications. Crystal clear
voice, video and group chats. No advertising. Your data, always encrypted.
Wireguard-rs: Rust implementation of
Zbox: zero-details, privacy-focused
embeddable file system.
Zcash: Zcash is a decentralized and open source
cryptocurrency that aims to set a new standard for privacy through the use of
a C++ Windows Runtime Component for UWP applications.
Dovecot plugin to support Scrypt and Argon2 for password hashing.
Wordpress uses libsodium for verified updates.
Some libraries and frameworks using libsodium. Send a pull request to add yours to that list.
header-only C++14 library implementing custom transport encryption using
libsodium and Asio's stackless coroutines.
Blobcrypt: Authenticated encryption
for streams and arbitrary large files.
minimal sodium plugin for Cordova - for iOS and Android.
EdCert: A Rust crate to sign and verify content
Etebase: An Open Source SDK and backend to build end-to-end encrypted applications.
Folly: An open-source C++ library developed and used at Facebook.
Halite: High-level cryptography
interface for PHP.
Hyperledger Indy: Everything needed to build applications that interact with an Indy distributed identity ledger.
Innovault: A toolkit to store sensitive data from web
forms in an encrypted database.
libopaque: an implementation of the OPAQUE protocol.
libSQRL: SQRL authentication library.
MEGA SDK: SDK by mega.nz, a secure cloud
storage provider that protects your data, thanks to end-to-end encryption.
Macaroons: Macaroons are flexible
authorization credentials that support decentralized delegation, attenuation,
MatrixSSL: Lightweight embedded SSL/TLS
implementation that can use libsodium as a crypto provider.
Minimal-TLS: A minimal
implementation of TLS 1.3 in Rust.
UDF bindings for libsodium.
NaclKeys: Library to generate
libsodium-net compatible KeyPair`s.
Netcode.io: A simple protocol for creating secure
client/server connections over UDP.
Noise-C: Noise-C is a plain C
implementation of the Noise Protocol, intended as a reference implementation.
OAuthSDK: OAuth 1 and OAuth 2
framework in Swift for iOS.
Posh-Sodium: A powershell
Pull-box-stream: One way
Smart Encryption: Secure by
default encryption for .NET
Sodium native: Low level
NodeJS bindings for libsodium.
Stream Cryptor: Stream encryption
& decryption with libsodium and protobuf for .NET
plug-and-play library for securing a software updater.
Yojimbo: A network library for client/server games
with dedicated servers.
ZeroMQ: Connect your code in any language, on any
libotrv4: An OTR version 4
libsaxolotl: An Axolotol implementation
in C using libsodium.
libsodium-UE4: An easy to use
cryptography plugin for Unreal Engine 4 based on libsodium.
minisign-net: .NET library to
handle and create minisign signatures.
neuropil: An IoT secure messaging library with
end-to-end encryption written in C and using libsodium
pgsodium: Postgres extension wrapper
spake2+ee: A SPAKE2+ implementation.
iota.c: An IOTA Client library in C.
Some companies using libsodium, possibly in non-opensource products. Send a pull request to add yours to that list.