|Description||DetecTor is an open source project to implement client side SSL/TLS MITM detection, compromised CA detection and server impersonation detection, by making use of the Tor network.|
|Keyword(s)||software, network, security, safety, coding|
|Language||en - English|
|Starts at||2013/12/29 03:00:00 PM|
|Ends at||2013/12/29 03:30:00 PM|
DetecTor is an open source project to implement client side SSL/TLS MITM detection, compromised CA detection and server impersonation detection, by making use of the Tor network. (See also the paper that describes the project on the project homepage.)
This workshop is to present the problem the DetecTor project attempts to solve and the proposed solution. It's a call for coders to join the project and help getting it implemented. We need help with C code (integration of the client side into the NSS library, or other TLS toolkits), Python code (writing a Tor controller that efficiently handles 5 separate Tor connections), and also need help from OS distribution packagers (we need to get a probing utility packaged so web site admins can easily monitor their own server).
Please also visit the lightning talk prior to the workshop. It's scheduled for 14:45 in Hall G. Please arrive early for the lightning talk, as it might run ahead of schedule. After the lightning talk, we'll go to Hall F for the workshop.