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)

Proxy re-encryption

What is proxy re-encryption? Proxy re-encryption lets Alice send Bob a message (M) via a semi-trusted proxy, without revealing Alice's private key to either the proxy or Bob, and without revealing the secret message to the proxy. As Wikipedia puts it: "Proxy re-encryption schemes are cryptosystems which allow third parties (proxies) to alter a ciphertext … Continue reading Proxy re-encryption