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Python wrappings for the GnuTLS Library

pyGnuTLS is a Python wrapping for GnuTLS.

GnuTLS is an LGPL library which implements TLS (which you might know as SSL, they aren't quite the same thing but almost). GnuTLS is written in C and has excellent documentation for its C functions.

pyGnuTLS lets you call GnuTLS functions from Python.

Related Projects

  • Openssl
  • Gnutls


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Leaders and contributors

Adam Langley Maintainer

Resources and communication

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Homepage (not much about gnutls)Homepage

Software prerequisites

Required to usegnutls

This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 26 February 2017.


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