Jacob Kaplan-Moss

8 items tagged “encryption”

📌 Engineering dive into Slack Enterprise Key Management

Slack’s EKM is an incredibly promising model for B2B services. It gives customers much more control over how data is stored and retained, and seems to reduce risks of sensitive data on 3rd-party servers. I haven’t dug super-deep into the details, and I’m sure there are potential problems and downsides. But, I love the model, and hope it’s the start of a trend. #

📌 Is Apple's Cloud Key Vault a crypto backdoor? http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/AFewThoughtsOnCryptographicEngineering/~3/W2Aw4IeQYSk/is-apples-cloud-key-vault-crypto.html #
📌 Crypto right answers #
📌 Counter-Forensics: Pair-Lock Your Device with Apple’s Configurator | Zdziarski's Blog of Things

“Someone would need to have physical possession to and full access to both your iOS device and your desktop computer in order to undo this pairing lock to perform a forensic extraction or any other kind of analysis.” #

📌 Handbook of Applied Cryptography

Recommended by Bruce Schneir and available online for free. #

📌 Bruce Schneier Blazes Through Your Questions - Freakonomics - Opinion - New York Times Blog

Required reading this AM. #

📌 py-bcrypt - strong password hashing for Python

We should support bcrypt in Django if this module is installed. #

📌 TrueCrypt - Free Open-Source On-The-Fly Disk Encryption Software for Windows XP/2000 and Linux #