It has been almost two months since we started working on laser engraving on our Cryptoucan™ prototypes. Read on to find out how we have improved the process and see our promising results. And of course to see some pictures.
With abbreviations like CI/CD or buzzwords such as “devops” everywhere, we sat down and thought how we could leverage technologies like that for Cryptoucan™ development. It has turned out, we will probably use it – at least somehow – for most of the firmware and supporting software build processes. Read on to see how we started building our firmware this way.
After developing Cryptoucan™ and whilst preparing for its batch production, our focus had to shift on a different problem. We need to deliver the produced units to our customers and any delivery requires packaging. Read on to see what we are working on when it comes to Cryptoucan™ packaging.
Last week I gave a talk about key management in an environment where you cannot trust your computing devices. Read on to learn more about the price of privacy and implications of some design decisions when it comes to your privacy and identity.
As you might have noticed, there was a conference in Prague on October 6th. It was a conference about Linux, an open source conference and on such conference, cryptography must have been present. If you know why, you know why you should read on – and if you do not know why, read on to find out what do open source and cryptography have in common.