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Ryan Hurst
I build things. Security, Cryptography, Transparency, Software, Engineering, Entrepreneurship. [ex MSFT, Globalsign, 21co; now Google + advisor Let's Encrypt]
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Tom Deseyn 8h
As a side-project I used new .NET Core 3 performance-oriented APIs to build an SSH client library. Anyone interested in giving this a try and providing feedback?
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Frank Denis 12h
RT : Dump AES keys from wireless Logitech receivers using Chrome Browser. Demo page: Source:
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Vladimir Petrosyan 15h
Pixel 3a XL is fantastic. Big battery (lasts 2 days), amazing camera, beautiful screen, works fast, 3 years of updates. All for ~$350. Honestly don't see a point of paying 700-1000 for a phone nowadays
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Tony “Abolish ICE” Arcieri Dec 4
A Cryptoeconomic Traffic Analysis of Bitcoin’s Lightning Network: Lightning is "economically irrational for the majority of the large routing nodes who currently hold the network together", but at least they can "easily de-anonymize participants"
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Let's Encrypt 20h
$50,000 runs Let's Encrypt for five days. In those five days, the Let's Encrypt certificate authority will issue over five million certificates - each making the Web more secure. Can you donate now and help us reach our $50,000 goal?
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Conor Patrick Dec 3
Thinking it might be best to put the button on the side like with Somu.
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Tim Dierks Dec 4
Quite an undertaking and a substantial milestone.
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Ryan Hurst 22h
Replying to @randomoracle
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Stephan Somogyi 24h
I'm hiring Android Platform Security Product Managers. Plural. I'm especially interested in candidates with a wide range of backgrounds. 1/8
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Sam 23h
Great to hear that France is (finally) getting close to notify schemes under : short-term: 2 LoA substantial schemes from the private sector mid/long-term: 2 LoA High public schemes
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Ben Adida Dec 4
We're hiring an experienced engineer , ~10y backend experience, to help build Arlo, the audit tool we expect to deploy in 10+ states to check the 2020 tallies. If you want to use your software skills to protect the 2020 election, this is it.
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Jeff Vander Stoep Dec 4
80% of Android apps are now blocking cleartext traffic by default, and that number only continues to improve. This a big deal for user security and privacy, and the result of many years of effort including the secure network config in Android Nougat, ... 1/2
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Maya Kaczorowski Dec 3
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Ars Technica Dec 3
Huawei is now shipping smartphones with zero US components by
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Niels Provos Dec 3
Russia passes law forcing manufacturers to install Russian-made software via
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Matthew Green Dec 3
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April King 🌀 Dec 3
The release of 71 today brings an all-new and feature-rich certificate viewer created with nothing but HTML, CSS, and JavaScript, thanks to the excellent PKI.js. If you're tired of squinty modal windows with tiny arrows, please check it out. 🔥🦊
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Ryan Hurst Dec 3
It is tested, mail me your document, I’m guessing the issuer isn’t trusted. It uses EUTL and Mozilla s/mime certs currently.
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Andrea Barisani Dec 3
Today first trip to USB armory Mk II manufacturer to test the first production units!
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mjos\dwez Dec 2
I wrote a little electrical engineering paper about NIST PQC algorithms. It tries to explain how to relate message sizes (bandwidth) and cycles (speed) to each other; essentially "Apples and Oranges both have Calories (Energy)".
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