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|MIT License||MIT License|
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Tracking mentions began in Dec 2020.
What are some alternatives?
SwiftKeychainWrapper - A simple wrapper for the iOS Keychain to allow you to use it in a similar fashion to User Defaults. Written in Swift.
KeychainAccess - Simple Swift wrapper for Keychain that works on iOS, watchOS, tvOS and macOS.
Locksmith - A powerful, protocol-oriented library for working with the keychain in Swift.
CryptoSwift - CryptoSwift is a growing collection of standard and secure cryptographic algorithms implemented in Swift
Swift-Sodium - Safe and easy to use crypto for iOS and macOS
SwiftPasscodeLock - An iOS passcode lock with TouchID authentication written in Swift.
Valet - Valet lets you securely store data in the iOS, tvOS, or macOS Keychain without knowing a thing about how the Keychain works. It’s easy. We promise.
SwiftyRSA - RSA public/private key encryption in Swift
RNCryptor - CCCryptor (AES encryption) wrappers for iOS and Mac in Swift. -- For ObjC, see RNCryptor/RNCryptor-objc