Diese Stunden geht der 32C3-Kongress in Hamburg zu Ende und ich habe mir via Video-Stream einige Vorträge angesehen. Also wie üblich hier eine kurze Zusammenfassung:
LWN: Inside the Volkswagen emissions cheating.
Analysis of the emission scandal shaking the German automotive industry from a procedural, organizational and technical level. Includes insight into cheating for advanced managers and code extraction from ECUs from Ebay. And from Volkswagen. Initially.
Payment systems are old and have – unlike card protocols – seen little scrutiny so far. This talk enumerates design and implementation flaws in payment processing systems, which can defraud consumers and merchants.
The Perl Jam 2: Last year there was a talk called The Perl Jam: Exploiting a 20 Year-old Vulnerability: Now, The Camel Strikes Back.
Is your email being sent in the clear? While PGP and S/MIME provide end-to-end encrypted mail, most users have yet to adopt these practices, and for users who have, these tools leave metadata …
See a talk or read this paper.
Let’s Encrypt – What launching a free CA looks like: A talk about the new CA. Everyone can now operate his own encrypted Website. It’s free. Free as in free beer. Here you can find an example for the Let’s Encrypt workflow.