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|MIT License||MIT License|
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What are some alternatives?
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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.
Smile-Lock - A library for make a beautiful Passcode Lock View
Latch - A simple Swift Keychain Wrapper for iOS, watchOS, and OS X.
SipHash - Simple and secure hashing in Swift with the SipHash algorithm
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zxcvbn-ios - A realistic password strength estimator.
JOSESwift - A framework for the JOSE standards JWS, JWE, and JWK written in Swift.