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- Des étudiants de l'ESIEA inventent CheckMyHTTPS un logiciel qui vérifie que vos connexions WEB sécurisées ne sont pas interceptées
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- Mises à jour en perspective pour le système Vigik
- Les russes ont-ils pwn le système AEGIS ?
- Le ministère de l'intérieur censure une conférence au Canada
- Saut d'air gap, audit de firmware et (in)sécurité mobile au programme de Cansecwest 2014
- GCHQ: Le JTRIG torpille Anonymous qui torpille le JTRIG (ou pas)
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- Why cybercriminals attack healthcare more than any other industry
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- @mckeay Looks odd... not much to go on (prob some slideshow/vid app under Linux)
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- RT @secureideas: I believe that all the XSS flaws announced are fixed in CVS. Will test again tomorrow if so, release 1.4.3. #BASESnort
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- VPN (google): German Foreign Office Selects Orange Business for Terrestrial Wide: Full
- @DisK0nn3cT Not really, mostly permission issues/info leak...they've had a couple of XSS vulns but nothing direct.
- Swatting phreaker swatted and heading to jail: A 19-year-old American has been sentenced to eleven years in pris..
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[2011-08-12] - 09:29:15 - RT @damienmiller: Slides from my AsiaBSDCon 2011 presentation What's new in OpenSSH?: http://goo.gl/cVHVO

[2011-05-18] - 15:28:12 - RT @damienmiller: Slides from my AsiaBSDCon 2011 presentation What's new in OpenSSH?: http://goo.gl/cVHVO

[2011-05-18] - 15:28:12 - RT @self: http://src.chromium.org/viewvc/chrome/trunk/src/net/curvecp/ -- #curvecp in google chrome's repo.

[2011-05-10] - 02:06:57 - The fix for AX OpenID extension Java implementation flaw? http://bit.ly/jMKSQh http://bit.ly/lpdgfN

[2011-03-18] - 08:43:49 - Linux kernel support of AES-NI instructions gets ported to x86-32 with nice results http://bit.ly/ey1CNl

[2011-03-17] - 01:04:12 - Massive SRP patch finally landed into OpenSSL http://cvs.openssl.org/chngview?cn=20484

[2011-01-30] - 21:12:14 - This patch should help disable sending referrers in Chrome https://gist.github.com/802930

[2011-01-26] - 08:00:58 - OpenSSL improves handling of point at infinity http://bit.ly/ebNwOG see my findings on this subj http://seb.dbzteam.org/crypto/ec_infinity.c

[2011-01-25] - 11:56:28 - RT @damienmiller: OpenSSH 5.7 released: ECC support for key exchange and public key auth, better remote-remote scp and more - http:/ ...

[2011-01-23] - 05:34:39 - Pypy 1.4.1 faster than python2.4 and 2.5 but slower than python2.6?3.1 on an ECDSA implementation, see https://gist.github.com/791655

[2010-12-29] - 15:09:48 - DJB @27c3 introduced CurveCP which should provide data encryption of TCP streams over UDP, w/ pk dist through DNSCurve http://v.gd/eot2xC

[2010-12-28] - 09:22:54 - RT @rootlabs: Building your own USB analyzer, using only an oscope. http://is.gd/jAGTQ (new blog post) #openvizsla

[2010-12-27] - 13:04:27 - Catching-up on readings about recent kernel flaws, even im not looking for understnding everythng in details, there's always plenty to learn

[2010-12-22] - 03:53:32 - RT @marshray: Theo believes NETSEC probably was trying to backdoor OpenBSD http://bit.ly/eVNck1

[2010-12-22] - 03:53:32 - Enlightning comment on the handling of the CBC oracle attack by OpenSSH http://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=2029827 (@damienmiller)

[2010-12-22] - 03:53:32 - I guess we're heading towards specialized EC implementations in OpenSSL http://v.gd/lfr3FN ,the p224 impl brings lot of improvements already

[2010-12-16] - 07:20:49 - It's certainly false allegations but I praise openbsd for informing its users, it takes balls to publish something like that.

[2010-12-15] - 12:04:49 - RT @chriseng: FBI sponsored backdoors lurking in OpenBSD IPSEC code? http://marc.info/?l=openbsd-techm=129236621626462w=2

[2010-12-14] - 13:51:21 - After ~6 months mainly under macos, I'm back at home, under Linux (Ubuntu), I never thought I'd miss it so much.

[2010-12-08] - 05:36:13 - Is ubuntu 10.10 only providing python packages for the default version of python? nothing for python2.7 and almost nothing for python3.1?

[2010-12-03] - 19:18:28 - The release of OpenSSL 1.0.0c is wrapping up J-PAKE's implementation issue CVE-2010-4252 http://v.gd/O9hUFq

[2010-12-03] - 06:37:06 - @rootlabs you're right about pgp, providing an high-level implementation would help reduce developers' mistakes.

[2010-12-03] - 06:37:06 - @tqbf there is a citation to your work in my pdf note about this issue :)

[2010-11-30] - 05:03:33 - @zooko you must trigger some URI overflow into Google Reader's back end, it's impossible to subscribe to your blog's feed!

[2010-11-25] - 06:07:14 - OpenSSL fixed the J-PAKE flaw http://cvs.openssl.org/chngview?cn=20078 (see https://github.com/seb-m/jpake for more details).

[2010-11-10] - 00:49:27 - Mid-august I reported a small subgroup confinement issue in J-PAKE implementations of OpenSSL and OpenSSH, see http://j.mp/9JR9I5

[2010-11-10] - 00:49:27 - Related commit for OpenSSH http://j.mp/dh3Q6K http://j.mp/bf7ZdH

[2010-10-30] - 01:16:21 - At last sth I understand: (...) just view Python 2.7 and 3.1 as two branches in (...) that converge at Python 3.2 http://bit.ly/c7A6GW

[2010-09-28] - 02:57:56 - Simple wrapper to access TSC register from Python http://github.com/seb-m/cycles (of course use it with caution).

[2010-09-21] - 01:08:12 - RT @sciosecurity: Blizzard's mobile authenticator vulnerable to MITM attack during initial token enrollment: http://seclists.org/bugtraq ...

[2010-09-18] - 16:07:58 - @zooko do you know a python module using time stamp counter register to measure cycles? using my own code but it is not very portable.

[2010-09-18] - 16:07:58 - New optimized nistp224 implementation in OpenSSL http://cvs.openssl.org/chngview?cn=19852

[2010-09-18] - 16:07:58 - @jipe_ I have not followed closely the dnssec/tls proposal but it might interest you http://github.com/agl/dnssec-tls-tools/tree/

[2010-07-31] - 10:55:40 - RT @ivanristic: Internet SSL Survey 2010 report is here! http://bit.ly/aKGpkU

[2010-07-14] - 18:35:00 - OAuth 1.0 also may have HMAC issues: Timing attack in HMAC signature verification of Python OAuth http://bit.ly/cvwpGb [pdf].

[2010-06-30] - 06:41:26 - and seems to use two different types of errors errSSLDecryptionFail and errSSLBadRecordMac. Likewise for ssl3Callouts.c

[2010-05-28] - 21:13:38 - RT @d0ngs: ..2^31 4096 primes provides 100 bit security vs all quantum attacks. Key almost fits in a hard drive. http://bit.ly/co413x

[2010-05-22] - 00:56:39 - RT @jipouille: RT @ivanristic: Breaking SSL: Why leave to others what you can do yourself http://bit.ly/dArKjL (updated version of How ...

[2010-05-20] - 17:04:48 - This thread http://bit.ly/b0eoAV on Prolog made me remember about backtracking, unification and how well it fits to constraint programming.

[2010-05-19] - 17:13:28 - RT @openbsd: OpenBSD 4.7 released http://bit.ly/9wxfto

[2010-05-18] - 01:25:32 - Commercial Quantum Cryptography System Hacked http://bit.ly/c2MdPY [html] intercept and resnd attack the err rate stays 20% threshold

[2010-05-14] - 19:48:15 - @jipouille J'ai vu qu'il allait parler à la BH sur ssl http://bit.ly/c49QGq , encore un bon talk intéressant je pense :)

[2010-05-13] - 03:00:29 - La seule fois de l'année où j'exécute une applet Java c'est pour payer les impôts, fuck, je déteste Java.

[2010-05-13] - 03:00:29 - OpenSSL should somehow check the validity of its result before returning an ECDSA signature, btw RSA sig still not fixed agst double faults.

[2010-05-02] - 23:16:08 - RT @zooko: Wow, there are a lot of Python testing tools: http://is.gd/bRbEb (wiki)

[2010-04-23] - 19:43:40 - @jipouille ouff c'est juste un PDF, on est sauvés alors! et grâce acrobat reader je suis en bonnes mains.

[2010-04-23] - 09:41:08 - Today's Xcode update 567MB... makes you cherish these precious moments when you only need Emacs and Python.

[2010-04-21] - 03:57:20 - Every attribute of a Python object should have been assigned in the cstor and made apparent its dynamic type (with a comment if needed).

[2010-04-21] - 03:57:20 - Should be an interesting talk Overclocking SSL by A. Langley et al. http://oreil.ly/buMmLx

[2010-04-19] - 20:50:49 - @zooko just made me think do you know the cost of len(str) in Python? is it O(1)? never had the courage to look at source code.

[2010-04-16] - 08:47:27 - RT @zooko: Updated my Quick Reference Guide to JavaScript Crypto Libraries and to Python Crypto Libraries http://is.gd/btpm6 (blog)

[2010-04-15] - 14:01:43 - @zooko In pure Python there is also http://trevp.net/tlslite/ there is an AES implementation (also adapted from another project).


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