This is a command-line tool that can encrypt and decrypt small files using AEAD (Authenticated Encryption with Associated Data).
It demonstrates the basic steps of using Tink, namely loading key material, obtaining a primitive, and using the primitive to do crypto.
Moreover, since this app shares the same Bazel WORKSPACE with Tink, its BUILD file can directly depend on Tink.
git clone https://github.com/google/tink cd tink bazel build ... echo "some plaintext" > foo.txt ./bazel-bin/examples/helloworld/cc/hello_world ./examples/helloworld/cc/aes128_gcm_test_keyset_json.txt\ encrypt foo.txt "some aad" bar.encrypted ./bazel-bin/examples/helloworld/cc/hello_world ./examples/helloworld/cc/aes128_gcm_test_keyset_json.txt\ decrypt bar.encrypted "some aad" foo-decrypted.txt cat foo-decrypted.txt
TODO: copy this app to tink-examples and add instructions on how to build it there.