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Manual Reference Pages  -  CRYPT::MAC::PMAC (3)

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NAME

Crypt::Mac::PMAC - Message authentication code PMAC

CONTENTS

SYNOPSIS



   ### Functional interface:
   use Crypt::Mac::PMAC qw( pmac pmac_hex );

   # calculate MAC from string/buffer
   $pmac_raw  = pmac($cipher_name, $key, data buffer);
   $pmac_hex  = pmac_hex($cipher_name, $key, data buffer);
   $pmac_b64  = pmac_b64($cipher_name, $key, data buffer);
   $pmac_b64u = pmac_b64u($cipher_name, $key, data buffer);

   ### OO interface:
   use Crypt::Mac::PMAC;

   $d = Crypt::Mac::PMAC->new($cipher_name, $key);
   $d->add(any data);
   $d->addfile(filename.dat);
   $d->addfile(*FILEHANDLE);
   $result_raw  = $d->mac;     # raw bytes
   $result_hex  = $d->hexmac;  # hexadecimal form
   $result_b64  = $d->b64mac;  # Base64 form
   $result_b64u = $d->b64umac; # Base64 URL Safe form



DESCRIPTION

Provides an interface to the PMAC message authentication code (MAC) algorithm.

EXPORT

Nothing is exported by default.

You can export selected functions:



  use Crypt::Mac::PMAC qw(pmac pmac_hex );



Or all of them at once:



  use Crypt::Mac::PMAC :all;



FUNCTIONS

    pmac

Logically joins all arguments into a single string, and returns its PMAC message authentication code encoded as a binary string.



 $pmac_raw = pmac($cipher_name, $key, data buffer);
 #or
 $pmac_raw = pmac($cipher_name, $key, any data, more data, even more data);



    pmac_hex

Logically joins all arguments into a single string, and returns its PMAC message authentication code encoded as a hexadecimal string.



 $pmac_hex = pmac_hex($cipher_name, $key, data buffer);
 #or
 $pmac_hex = pmac_hex($cipher_name, $key, any data, more data, even more data);



    pmac_b64

Logically joins all arguments into a single string, and returns its PMAC message authentication code encoded as a Base64 string.



 $pmac_b64 = pmac_b64($cipher_name, $key, data buffer);
 #or
 $pmac_b64 = pmac_b64($cipher_name, $key, any data, more data, even more data);



    pmac_b64u

Logically joins all arguments into a single string, and returns its PMAC message authentication code encoded as a Base64 URL Safe string (see RFC 4648 section 5).



 $pmac_b64url = pmac_b64u($cipher_name, $key, data buffer);
 #or
 $pmac_b64url = pmac_b64u($cipher_name, $key, any data, more data, even more data);



METHODS

    new



 $d = Crypt::Mac::PMAC->new($cipher_name, $key);



    clone



 $d->clone();



    reset



 $d->reset();



    add



 $d->add(any data);
 #or
 $d->add(any data, more data, even more data);



    addfile



 $d->addfile(filename.dat);
 #or
 $d->addfile(*FILEHANDLE);



    mac



 $result_raw = $d->mac();



    hexmac



 $result_hex = $d->hexmac();



    b64mac



 $result_b64 = $d->b64mac();



    b64umac



 $result_b64url = $d->b64umac();



SEE ALSO

o CryptX
o <https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PMAC_%28cryptography%29>
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