Very interesting, especially the Equation Group and the Shadow Brokers.
Well, so much for that. It shouldn’t come as a surprise.
Leo and Steve talk about it here. DNT reincarnated but better. Let’s see if this has traction.
Love these guys and so much to learn from them. So fascinating. David Bombal, Chris Greer
Drop the Drano to clean out those pipes!
I found this vid informative and interesting at the same time.
Researchers have calculated the quantum computer size necessary to break 256-bit elliptic curve public-key cryptography: Finally, we calculate the number of physical qubits required to break the 256-bit elliptic curve encryption of keys in the Bitcoin network within the small available time frame in which it would actually pose a threat to do so.
The Department of Defense is Prioritizing Open Source Software. Here’s How Open Source Projects Can Benefit.
On January 26, 2022, the new Chief Information Officer (CIO) of the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD), John B. Sherman, released a memo to the entire Department titled “Software Development and Open Source Software” . In this memo, the CIO addresses two primary concerns: 1) using open source software (OSS) introduces supply chain risks for DoD software programs, and 2) sharing DoD code via open source channels without proper checks enables potential leaks of proprietary DoD information to adversaries.
At long last, the Qubes 4.1.0 stable release has arrived! The culmination of years of development, this release brings a host of new features, major improvements, and numerous bug fixes. Read on to find out what’s new, how to install or upgrade to the new release, and all the noteworthy changes it includes.
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