|Description|| From safer use of cryptography over kernel magic to reproducible compilation up to a vision of a full security redesign of the OS.
|Person organizing||LynX, Lunar|
|Language||en - English|
|Subtitle||Free, Reproducible, Ethic by Design?|
|Starts at||2013/12/29 01:00:00 PM|
|Ends at||2013/12/29 04:00:00 PM|
This session is about the trustworthiness of our operating systems featuring several quite different ways to look at it. From the cryptography over network stack to reproducible compilation from source to a vision of a complete security redesign of the OS.
- Jon Solworth –– EthOS, an Operating System to make it far easier to write applications that withstand attack
- Tanja Lange & DJB –– NaCl, a Networking and Cryptography library improving security, usability and speed
- Lunar –– Challenges of building a deterministic Debian
- Julian Kirsch –– Knock: a Linux kernel patch for operating stealthy TCP servers
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