After seeing that scrypt no longer works for windows:
I had to act, as I’m the maintainer of the scrypt package. The package can be found here https://bitbucket.org/mhallin/py-scrypt/. The original author gave me write access to the repository as he is no longer maintaining it.
The reason why it failed unter windows, is that a library in the OpenSSL package is renamed in the newest windows version of it. By fixing the names, I could compile it again.
A c compiler must be installed (e.g. Visual Studio 2017). Then,
Win64 OpenSSL v1.1.1a from https://slproweb.com/products/Win32OpenSSL.html must be installed to
python setup.py build
should now work.
I uploaded also several pre-compiled wheels.
pip install scrypt
under windows should also work without having a compiler.
I pushed the changes to conda-forge and working packages are available for windows: