“It’s not the voting that’s democracy; it’s the counting.” —Tom Stoppard For cryptography researchers, e-voting isn’t about voting machine or online voting, but is
Bloomberg’s story about an alleged hardware implant installed on motherboards hasn’t gone unnoticed. In the following days, many people gave their insight about the feasibility of
IOHK is an engineering company that builds cryptocurrencies and blockchains for academic institutions, government entities, and corporations. Major projects of IOHK are Ethereum Classic, the Daedalus wallet, and the Cardano platform.
Co-authored by Nils Amiet and Yolan Romailler This is a summary of the talk we gave on the 11th of August at DEF CON 26
TL;DR: This post makes the point that on average open-source crypto is not safer than closed-source crypto, based on the author’s experience. YMMV. An idea
Reverse engineering a microcontroller firmware is sometimes a long and tedious task, but even a seasoned reverser might struggle to get their favorite tool to