Posts Tagged ‘crypto’

Adventures in DeFi-land | The Economist

September 29, 2021

https://www.economist.com/briefing/2021/09/18/adventures-in-defi-land

Two Silicon Valley genomic data experts announce partnership in Miami – Refresh Miami

September 26, 2021

https://www.refreshmiami.com/two-silicon-valley-genomic-experts-announce-partnership-in-miami/

Bitcoin Definition: How Does Bitcoin Work?

September 26, 2021

https://www.investopedia.com/terms/b/bitcoin.asp

What Is Dash Cryptocurrency? | The Motley Fool

September 25, 2021

https://www.fool.com/investing/stock-market/market-sectors/financials/cryptocurrency-stocks/dash-cryptocurrency/

Five Best File Encryption Tools

November 26, 2017

GNU Privacy Guard v VeraCrypt – use w/ dropbox ? ease of install ?

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“VeraCrypt (Windows/OS X/Linux)

VeraCrypt is a fork of and a successor to TrueCrypt, which ceased development last year (more on them later.) The development team claims they’ve addressed some of the issues that were raised during TrueCrypt’s initial security audit, and like the original, it’s free, with versions available for Windows, OS X, and Linux. If you’re looking for a file encryption tool that works like and reminds you of TrueCrypt but isn’t exactly TrueCrypt, this is it. VeraCrypt supports AES (the most commonly used), TwoFish, and Serpent encryption ciphers, supports the creation of hidden, encrypted volumes within other volumes. Its code is available to review, although it’s not strictly open source (because so much of its codebase came from TrueCrypt.) The tool is also under constant development, with regular security updates and an independent audit in the planning stages (according to the developers.)”

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Trends in Steganography | March 2014 | Communications of the ACM

October 21, 2014

Trends in #Steganography http://cacm.acm.org/magazines/2014/3/172511-trends-in-steganography/fulltext From the ancient art of invisible ink to hiding messages in JPEGs & network protocols

David Deutsch and Quantum Computing : The New Yorker

August 9, 2013

Dream Machine: Explains how many-worlds interpretation gives a #quantumcomputer more “ops” than atoms in universe
http://www.newyorker.com/reporting/2011/05/02/110502fa_fact_galchen

Robert Schoelkopf at Yale