Azure Key Vault enables users to store and use cryptographic keys within the Microsoft Azure environment. Azure Key Vault supports multiple key types and algorithms and enables the use of Hardware Security Modules (HSM) for high value customer keys. In addition, Azure Key Vault allows users to securely store secrets in a Key Vault; secrets are limited size octet objects and Azure Key Vault applies no specific semantics to these objects. A Key Vault may contain a mix of keys and secrets at the same time, and access control for the two types of object is independently controlled. Users, subject to appropriate authorization, may: 1) Manage cryptographic keys using Create, Import, Update, Delete and other operations 2) Manage secrets using Get, Set, Delete and other operations 3) Use cryptographic keys with Sign/Verify, WrapKey/UnwrapKey and Encrypt/Decrypt operations. Operations against Key Vaults are authenticated and authorized using Azure Active Directory. Key Vault now supports certificates, a complex type that makes use of existing key and secret infrastructure for certificate operations. KV certificates also support notification and auto-renewal as well as other management features.
This library has been replaced by the following new Azure SDKs. You can read about the new Azure SDKs at https://aka.ms/azsdkvalueprop.
The latest libraries to interact with the Azure KeyVault service are:
It is recommended that you move to the new package.
Please note, a newer package is available https://www.nuget.org/packages/Azure.Security.KeyVault.Secrets as of [10/31/2019].
While this package will continue to receive critical bug fixes, we strongly encourage you to upgrade.
See https://github.com/Azure/azure-sdk-for-net/blob/master/sdk/keyvault/Azure.Security.KeyVault.Secrets/MigrationGuide.md for Migration guide and more details.
Depending on what functionality of Key Vault you are using (Keys, Secrets or Certificates), please use one of the following libraries:
Install-Package Microsoft.Azure.KeyVault -Version 3.0.5
dotnet add package Microsoft.Azure.KeyVault --version 3.0.5
<PackageReference Include="Microsoft.Azure.KeyVault" Version="3.0.5" />
paket add Microsoft.Azure.KeyVault --version 3.0.5
#r "nuget: Microsoft.Azure.KeyVault, 3.0.5"
Added recommendation to use new libraries listed in the package description.
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Azure KeyVault configuration provider implementation for Microsoft.Extensions.Configuration. This library has been replaced by the following new Azure SDK. https://www.nuget.org/packages/Azure.Extensions.AspNetCore.Configuration.Secrets It is recommended that you move to the new package.
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Microsoft Azure KeyVault key encryption support. This library has been replaced by the following new Azure SDK. https://www.nuget.org/packages/Azure.Extensions.AspNetCore.DataProtection.Keys It is recommended that you move to the new package. This package was built from the source code at https://github.com/aspnet/AspNetCore/tree/331b52b370cd4e7fe2919d4d4cda27412e2ab1cc
Microsoft Azure Key Vault Extensions Class Library This library has been replaced by the following new Azure SDKs. You can read about the new Azure SDKs at https://aka.ms/azsdkvalueprop. The latest libraries to interact with the Azure KeyVault service are: * https://www.nuget.org/packages/Azure.Security.KeyVault.Keys * https://www.nuget.org/packages/Azure.Security.KeyVault.Secrets * https://www.nuget.org/packages/Azure.Security.KeyVault.Certificates It is recommended that you move to the new package.
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