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Rust in 2019: Security, Maturity, Stability (tonyarcieri.com)
1 point by stargrave 3 months ago | past | web
All the crypto code you’ve ever written is probably broken (2012) (tonyarcieri.com)
2 points by jmts 4 months ago | past | web
The Tether Conundrum Part 2: The Plot Thickens (tonyarcieri.com)
3 points by dmitriid 10 months ago | past | web
On the dangers of a blockchain monoculture (tonyarcieri.com)
2 points by jxub on Mar 1, 2018 | past | web
[dupe] The Tether Conundrum: a look into a suspicious cryptocurrency (tonyarcieri.com)
80 points by bascule on Jan 19, 2018 | past | web | 70 comments
All the crypto code you’ve ever written is probably broken (tonyarcieri.com)
3 points by hamilyon2 on Jan 17, 2018 | past | web
Miscreant: a multi-language misuse resistant encryption library (tonyarcieri.com)
97 points by waffle_ss on Oct 17, 2017 | past | web | 29 comments
The dangers of a blockchain monoculture (tonyarcieri.com)
2 points by EGreg on July 23, 2017 | past | web
It’s time for a memory safety intervention (tonyarcieri.com)
102 points by okket on Mar 28, 2017 | past | web | 92 comments
What’s wrong with in-browser cryptography? (2013) (tonyarcieri.com)
3 points by selmat on Mar 9, 2017 | past | web
Key rotation, user experience, and crypto reporting (tonyarcieri.com)
1 point by ergot on Jan 20, 2017 | past | web
Key rotation, user experience, and crypto reporting (tonyarcieri.com)
1 point by maxt on Jan 15, 2017 | past | web
Key rotation, user experience, and crypto reporting (tonyarcieri.com)
4 points by bascule on Jan 14, 2017 | past | web
Flaws in deterministic password managers (tonyarcieri.com)
196 points by bascule on Nov 22, 2016 | past | web | 102 comments
What's wrong with in-browser cryptography? (tonyarcieri.com)
3 points by naftulikay on Nov 13, 2016 | past | web
Introducing TJSON, a stricter, typed form of JSON (tonyarcieri.com)
140 points by bascule on Nov 2, 2016 | past | web | 129 comments
All the crypto code you’ve ever written is probably broken (2012) (tonyarcieri.com)
2 points by zerognowl on Oct 7, 2016 | past | web
A gentle introduction to nio4r: low-level portable asynchronous I/O for Ruby (tonyarcieri.com)
1 point by sciurus on Aug 12, 2016 | past | web
Volapük: A Cautionary Tale for Language Communities (tonyarcieri.com)
80 points by anewhnaccount on Aug 7, 2016 | past | web | 82 comments
A gentle introduction to nio4r: low-level portable asynchronous I/O for Ruby (tonyarcieri.com)
6 points by bascule on July 12, 2016 | past | web
What’s wrong with in-browser cryptography? (tonyarcieri.com)
4 points by mikecarlton on June 25, 2016 | past | web | 1 comment
A tale of two cryptocurrencies: Ethereum and Bitcoin’s ongoing challenges (tonyarcieri.com)
144 points by bascule on June 21, 2016 | past | web | 73 comments
All the crypto code you've ever written is probably broken (2012) (tonyarcieri.com)
5 points by CiPHPerCoder on Mar 22, 2016 | past | web
The Dangers of a Blockchain Monoculture (tonyarcieri.com)
2 points by enkiv2 on Jan 7, 2016 | past | web
On the dangers of a blockchain monoculture (tonyarcieri.com)
195 points by bascule on Jan 5, 2016 | past | web | 63 comments
All the crypto code you’ve ever written is probably broken (tonyarcieri.com)
1 point by yzmtf2008 on Nov 18, 2015 | past | web
All the crypto code you’ve ever written is probably broken (2012) (tonyarcieri.com)
2 points by aburan28 on Nov 6, 2015 | past | web
[flagged] Speculation About The Eventual Death Of Bitcoin (tonyarcieri.com)
72 points by bascule on May 20, 2015 | past | web | 108 comments
An open letter to Matz on Ruby type systems (tonyarcieri.com)
1 point by tosh on May 3, 2015 | past | web
An open letter to Matz on Ruby type systems (tonyarcieri.com)
6 points by mattparlane on Apr 29, 2015 | past | web

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