Did you know that you use your Cryptoucan™ as a hardware random number generator? Read on for details!
We’re proud to announce that you can use Cryptoucan™ with your web mail now. Since you’re most likely accessing your emails through a web browser, you need to install Mailvelope add-on. In this week’s article we will show you how to install and set up Mailvelope add-on so you can comfortable encrypt emails right from your browser.
Traveling security research problem is just a slightly tweaked version of the infamous traveling salesman problem. Read on to see where we went this week!
As we work on bringing Cryptoucan™ to the market, we use Racket for most of our back-end infrastructure programming. And as we are using it, it is nice we can contribute back. Read on to find about the additions to the latest Racket release!
Modern websites typically include both static and dynamic content. Something is pre-defined, something is generated using data gathered elsewhere and HTML templates. And when a single website has different means of producing the final pages from other content, it may be tricky to keep everything in order. Read on to see how we at Trustica use Gitlab CI to aid us with deploying Cryptoucan™ product website!