As I mentioned in my post about attending Real World Crypto 2023 and the Open Source Cryptography Workshop, I’ve given a talk discussing Rustls-FFI and the work to allow
libcurl to use the Rust-based, memory-safe Rustls TLS library in a talk... [read more]
At this point I’m supposed to be in Tokyo, attending the Real World Crypto Symposium in Tokyo next week, and after that, I’m co-organizing and speaking at the Open Source Cryptography Workshop. But I’ve gotten COVID-19 again, instead.
I’ll be attending the Real World Crypto Symposium in Tokyo next week, and after that, I’m co-organizing and speaking at the Open Source Cryptography Workshop.
I’d never thought about the logistics of moving donated blood around. The actual donation part is known to be a universally good thing to do, but I’d never searched out what happens next until I heard a fellow pilot talk about volunteering to move platelets around Arizona.
Firefox is the only major browser that still evaluates every website it connects to whether the certificate used has been reported as revoked. Firefox users are notified of all connections involving untrustworthy certificates, regardless the popularity of the site. Inconveniently, checking certificate status sometimes slows down the connection to websites.... [read more]