Cryptography For Beginners



Cryptography is a complex and confusing subject. In this talk you will learn about the core components of cryptography used in software development: securing …


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  1. This is not a session for beginners. It's just a refresher for people who already know cryptography. The speaker didn't focus on explaining the terms he kept throwing

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  5. 27:19 "AES is the standard, but now that's changing with LibSodium". Do you know about encryption? Hell, do you know the difference between a specification and a crypto library? Libsodium is nothing but a library with standard encryption algorithms ported to multiple languages so that you can use it safely without rolling your own. AES is an encryption specification with multiple algorithms that you can use with their own pros and cons.

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