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Mon 12 Feb 2024 (2 weeks ago)
June 2012 – A Few Thoughts on Cryptographic Engineering
a series of researchers in 2009 and 2010 — is that token manufacturers were careless in the way they implemented the PKCS#11 Cryptographic
to ‘break’ a whole bunch of tokens in one go. (Token manufacturers were not happy with this, by the way. At CCS 2010,
be long fixed by now. Still, they raised questions! If token manufacturers can’t implement a secure API, how well are they doing
its secrets. None of this is easy to deal with, and manufacturers have invested a lot of time and money getting this right.
symmetric padding oracle attacks, that’s still about what I get. Manufacturers made unforced errors. But the RSA-PKCS#1v1.5 attacks are,
Mon 12 Feb 2024 (2 weeks ago)
Our new startup, Media Browser
the software. This is perfectly sound and logical as the DVD manufacturers are constantly slipping in issues to be dealt with. As Microsoft
Mon 12 Feb 2024 (2 weeks ago)
Right to Repair | Mike Seidle
failed repairs by anyone other than their own technicians. At present, manufacturers are not liable for repair failures that are not performed by
be allowed. Right to repair isn’t imposing a requirement that manufacturers do anything new, and in fact, a lot of right to
Mon 12 Feb 2024 (2 weeks ago)
John Graham-Cumming's blog: 11/01/2010 - 12/01/2010
maximum altitude (balloon dependent) of more like 100,000 feet. Different manufacturers implement the CoCom limit in different ways: some use an AND
Mon 12 Feb 2024 (2 weeks ago)
William Edmisten
off their keyboards, discussing new releases, and interacting with designers and manufacturers. Reddit user /u/nurupism's keyboard collection case Custom keycaps are of
Buys Because the hobby is relatively niche, custom keycap designers and manufacturers use a unique model for selling new products: a Group Buy.
Mon 12 Feb 2024 (3 weeks ago)
Manifest V3’s foibles — Daniel Immke
s MFi program. With that constraint released, you will have shady manufacturers building things like battery packs and competing solely on price. Consumers
Mon 12 Feb 2024 (3 weeks ago)
V-Drums | Jon Skeet's coding blog
data is conventionally the manufacturer ID as assigned by the MIDI Manufacturers Association , which allows a device to ignore messages it wouldn’t
Mon 12 Feb 2024 (3 weeks ago)
Economy | Dave Cheney
of the domestic producers. As a last ditch measure, the local manufacturers aggressively pursued off-shoring and automation, decimating the lives of many
sector. The results spoke for themselves. By the 90’s, foreign manufacturers moved in to capture the under serviced budget car market and
oil crisis of the previous decade a distant memory, local car manufacturers pursued larger, more expensive vehicles, presenting them as aspirational symbols of
Mon 12 Feb 2024 (3 weeks ago)
from renewable sources. Samsung Electronics received the worst score among semiconductor manufacturers (D+). No manufacturer got a score higher than C+. The full
Mon 12 Feb 2024 (2 weeks ago)
Apple – A Few Thoughts on Cryptographic Engineering
we picture how the Ozzie proposal will change things for phone manufacturers, the most obvious new element is the key vault . This is
vault that will have to be maintained individually by different phone manufacturers. The security of this vault is no laughing matter, because it
essentially two reasons: (1) there are only a few phone hardware manufacturers, and (2) access to an encrypted phone generally only takes place
in this discussion, but obviously the proposal will apply to other manufacturers as well. Ozzie’s proposal works like this: Prior to manufacturing
these one at a time. It is certainly true that software manufacturers do store secret keys, with varying degrees of success. For example,
called “Clear”, and it’s fairly straightforward. Effectively, it calls for manufacturers ( e.g., Apple) to deliberately put themselves back in the loop.
secret keys, with varying degrees of success. For example, many software manufacturers (including Apple) store secret keys that they use to sign software