Lessons Learned: Building statically-linked Rust binaries (OpenSSL)

In a couple of modules which used in CyberSift, Rust is slowly making an appearance, depending on the use-case at hand. Generally we develop in GoLang, and one of the advantages was the resulting binary, which pretty much ran anywhere as long as the right architecture and OS are used. We could develop on Ubuntu, … Continue reading Lessons Learned: Building statically-linked Rust binaries (OpenSSL)

Making “certificate-transparency-go” tools more accessible

While researching the best way to implement the SSL certificate monitoring feature for our Tutela product, we ran across the excellent Certificate Transparency Project. The project aims to "watch the watchers", and provide independent certificate logs to monitor Certificate Authorities. Unfortunately for us, the project API endpoints do not return an easy-to-parse data feed. Instead, … Continue reading Making “certificate-transparency-go” tools more accessible