A curious netizen found more than he expected while checking out his D-link webcam’s firmware. Learn how D-link accidentally leaked some sensitive digital keys, and what that means to the world at large. 40 more words
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“The National Security Agency is advising US agencies and businesses to prepare for a time in the not-too-distant future when the cryptography protecting virtually all e-mail, medical and financial records, and online transactions is rendered obsolete by quantum computing. 153 more words
I decided to write this post after a project I participated in, which required a web service to connect to a remote machine over SSL. Although I had already encountered the term “SSL” a lot of times, I soon realized that I had never fully understood how it really works and how it could be implemented in Java, so I started collecting information from the internet to make things clear. 2,936 more words
There are tons of devices around with practically no user faced interface at all, which need to communicate securely with other devices. This includes devices such as a wireless thermometer communicating with a HVAC unit or a wireless lock on your door communicating with your phone when you tell it what keys to accept. 1,213 more words
In this post Alice and Bob will communicate through #chemlambda computations.
Alice and Bob have each a mol file: Alice has A.mol and Bob has B.mol. 535 more words