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[FIX] Pyca/Cryptography 'Engine Error' | Termux Openssl no-engine fix | Deep Coding
 
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Thanks @Xeffyr for providing the configuration files for openssl. For ARM ------------------ *openssl 1.1.1-2 : https://github.com/termux/termux-packages/files/2408158/openssl_1.1.1-2_arm.deb.gz *Openssl-tool 1.1.1-2 : https://github.com/termux/termux-packages/files/2408160/openssl-tool_1.1.1-2_arm.deb.gz *Openssl -dev 1.1.1.2 : https://github.com/termux/termux-packages/files/2408159/openssl-dev_1.1.1-2_arm.deb.gz For AARCH64 ------------------------ *Openssl 1.1.1-2 : https://github.com/termux/termux-packages/files/2407939/openssl_1.1.1-2_aarch64.deb.gz *Openssl -dev 1.1.1-2 : https://github.com/termux/termux-packages/files/2407940/openssl-dev_1.1.1-2_aarch64.deb.gz *Openssl -tool 1.1.1-2 : https://github.com/termux/termux-packages/files/2407941/openssl-tool_1.1.1-2_aarch64.deb.gz Git thread here: https://github.com/termux/termux-packages/issues/2847
Views: 223 Deep Coding
Russian GOST cryptography in and near OpenSSL
 
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Presentation name: Russian GOST cryptography in and near OpenSSL Speaker: Belyavskiy Dmitry Description: There is a necessity to provide national cryptography in various applications. The presentation describes history, current state and future of Russian GOST support in OpenSSL and OpenSSL-based applications. Russian GOST support in OpenSSL is divided between modifications of OpenSSL itself and the engine (https://github.com/gost-engine/engine) implementing the low-level cryptographic primitives. The presentation describes the edge cases of using externally provided algorithms, problems of support of the national specifics in OpenSSL and adopting applications and standards to support national cryptography. The presentation contains history of the universal API for asymmetric cryptography in OpenSSL and provides some ideas about possible API development to make it more flexible. [ https://sched.co/Jcd9]
Views: 107 DevConf
Asymmetric Encryption and Signing with Public Private Keys
 
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Bob and Alice will only get you so far. Article at https://coolaj86.com/articles/asymmetric-public--private-key-encryption-in-node-js/ Without getting deep into math, I paint a picture of specifically how RSA encryption works, it's connection with AES, and how HTTPS and GPG use both. I also show examples using the OpenSSL commandline tools and ursa in node.js. It's still pretty high-level, but with sprinkled with some practical details and understanding you may not have had before. Examples with OpenSSL Node.js
Views: 6671 AJ ONeal
An Overview of the Linux Kernel Crypto Subsystem - Boris Brezillon, Free Electrons
 
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An Overview of the Linux Kernel Crypto Subsystem - Boris Brezillon, Free Electrons The Linux kernel has long provided cryptographic support for in-kernel users (like the network or storage stacks) and has been pushed to open these cryptographic capabities to user-space along the way. But what is exactly inside this subsystem, and how can it be used by kernel users? What is the official userspace interface exposing these features and what are non-upstream alternatives? When should we use a HW engine compared to a purely software based implementation? What's inside a crypto engine driver and what precautions should be taken when developing one? These are some of the questions we'll answer throughout this talk, after having given a short introduction to cryptographic algorithms. About Boris Brezillon Since 2014, Boris works at Free Electrons, a company offering development, consulting and training services to embedded Linux system developers worldwide. He has been working on embedded systems since 2008, mostly Linux on ARM. Boris has written and upstreamed a Linux kernel driver for the Marvell CESA cryptographic engine, he is the maintainer of the MTD NAND subsystem, and has contributed to support for Atmel and Allwinner ARM SoCs in the Linux kernel.
Views: 1113 The Linux Foundation
How to Encrypt & Decrypt Form Data using PHP Ajax - 1
 
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How to Fetch or Select Encrypted Data from Mysql table and Decrypt Encrypted Data and Display under Jquery Datatables Plugin by using PHP with Ajax. In this tutorial we have discuss How to Encrypt and Decrypt Data in PHP. Here we have discuss two way encryption and decryption string using PHP AES-256-CBC. Part 2 - https://youtu.be/hg-4KEKb-Yo
Views: 8308 Webslesson
Cryptography using JavaScript (CryptoJS)
 
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https://asecuritysite.com/encryption/js10
Views: 489 Bill Buchanan OBE
Fluent 2016 Web Cryptography Workshop Part 1
 
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The Web Cryptography API brings strong cryptography to standard web browsers without plugins, opening up new opportunities for frontend applications. This is a hands-on workshop. By the end, you’ll have written JavaScript code to use standard web browsers with no special plugins to perform symmetric and public-key encryption and decryption and to create and verify digital signatures, which can become a starting point for production code. This enables end-to-end secrecy and authentication between any two users who have standard web browsers on any platform, including mobile or Chrome OS. Sorry for the poor audio for the first 8 minutes, when I finally remembered to turn my mike on.
Views: 1000 Charles Engelke
Setting up Pyca/Cryptography in Android
 
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Dependencies for pyca *Make *Python-dev *Python *Clang *libclang *libclang-dev *libffi *libffi-dev *Openssl *Openssl-dev *Openssh *Libcrypt *Libcrypt-dev
Views: 64 Deep Coding
MD5 Hash Cracker - C Programming and OpenSSL
 
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If anyone interested in the source code, just send me a message. Please Subscribe! Greetings.
Views: 1514 EthicalHackin9
Cryptography - Node.js Basics Part 8
 
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Backed by OpenSSL, Node.js crypto module can do some pretty cool stuff. Hope you enjoyed the video! Check out this code here: https://github.com/engineer-man/youtube-code/tree/master/052 Join my Discord server to chat with me: https://discord.gg/engineerman Check out some code on my GitHub: https://github.com/ebrian/engineerman Tweet me something funny on Twitter: https://twitter.com/_EngineerMan Say hi over at Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/engineermanyt Sincerely, Engineer Man
Views: 3137 Engineer Man
PIC24FJ256GB412 Low Power Crypto MCUs
 
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Learn how to build an IoT sensor node demo using the Low Power PIC24FJ256GB410 microcontroller with built-in crypto engine. Demo hardware uses the Explorer 16 Board with Bluetooth® LE Daughter card. See the Android app for remote monitor and control of an embedded application and demonstrate the encryption and decryption capability. http://www.microchip.com/pic24IoTdemo
Views: 1055 Microchip Technology
Creating Custom Encryption and Decryption Engine with JavaScript
 
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In this video tutorial I will show you how to create a simple Encryption and Decryption engine in JavaScript. Visit this link to view the source code: https://zk.ciihuy.com/creating-custom-encryption-and-decryption-engine-with-javascript/ UPDATE: Recently I've made a better one here in this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jJVAiqPUdJE
Views: 3600 ThirteeNov
What is CRYPTOGRAPHIC ACCELERATOR? What does CRYPTOGRAPHIC ACCELERATOR mean?
 
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What is CRYPTOGRAPHIC ACCELERATOR? What does CRYPTOGRAPHIC ACCELERATOR mean? CRYPTOGRAPHIC ACCELERATOR meaning - CRYPTOGRAPHIC ACCELERATOR definition - CRYPTOGRAPHIC ACCELERATOR explanation. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. In computing, a cryptographic accelerator is a co-processor designed specifically to perform computationally intensive cryptographic operations, doing so far more efficiently than the general-purpose CPU. Because many servers' system load consists mostly of cryptographic operations, this can greatly increase performance. Intel's AES-NI is by far the most common cryptographic accelerator in commodity hardware. VIA PadLock is another recent example. Several operating systems provide some support for cryptographic hardware. The BSD family of systems has the OpenBSD Cryptographic Framework (OCF), Linux systems have the Crypto API, Solaris OS has the Solaris Cryptographic Framework (SCF) and Microsoft Windows has the Microsoft CryptoAPI. Some cryptographic accelerators offer new machine instructions and can therefore be used directly by programs. Libraries such as OpenSSL and LibreSSL support some such cryptographic accelerators. Almost all Unix-like operating systems use OpenSSL or the fork LibreSSL as their cryptography library. These libraries use cryptographic accelerators such as AES-NI if available.
Views: 266 The Audiopedia
Interesting Certificate Chains - Applied Cryptography
 
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This video is part of an online course, Applied Cryptography. Check out the course here: https://www.udacity.com/course/cs387.
Views: 1539 Udacity
Crypto for everyone - libsodium in PHP 7.2 - Marcus Bointon - Laracon EU 2018 Amsterdam
 
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Views: 768 Laracon EU
RSA Digital Signature: SIGN in Python pyCrypto & verify in JavaScript jsrsasign
 
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In most cases, we want to interact our python server (Flask/Django) with multiple clients over the web that uses JavaScript. This is a demonstration of how can you generate a signature in python and verity that signature in JavaScript and Vice Versa. jsrsasign library test console: https://kjur.github.io/jsrsasign/sample/sample-rsasign.html
Views: 3321 Anum Sheraz
Empowering X.509 Certificate Management with Python
 
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Marlon Dutra https://2016.pycon-au.org/schedule/68/view_talk Today, more than ever before, security is part of the fabric of the internet, with most websites defaulting to https over the historically used default of unsecured http. Whenever you see a URL starting with https:// (https:), your browser is sending the HTTP (or Spdy) traffic through a Transport Layer Security (TLS) tunnel. Part of establishing this secure tunnel involves your browser validating an X.509 certificate provided by the website you're viewing. This allows you to be sure that the server on the other end is who it says it is before you send some potentially sensitive information like your username and password. This is just one example of how these technologies can be used, but there are many more. In distributed systems that communicate sensitive information, like user data, it is imperative to have a mutual authentication mechanism, where the client is confident it is talking to the right service, as well as the service being confident it is talking to the right client. Beyond strong authentication, it is usually desirable to have some authorization logic, to prevent clients from having unrestricted access to all services. Since any TCP communication can be tunneled through TLS, and TLS supports such mutual authentication through X.509 certificates, they are the perfect set of tools for the job. The problem to solve then becomes how you manage all of these certificates. Crafting simple certificates with the openssl command line is a bit tricky but doable. However, modern certificates support a variety of advanced features and it is quite complicated to take full advantage of them through the command line, especially in a programmatic way. This is where Python can be a powerful tool. Through the use of certain libraries, you can inject valuable information into your certificates that can be used for many purposes, such as establishing a robust authorization model for a service. In this session we'll explore some of the ways you can leverage X.509 certificate features to better protect your systems and data. We'll give specific examples of how to use Python for the programmatic management of complex certificates as well as talking about how the largest website on the Internet, Facebook, handles hundreds of thousands of such certificates in its internal infrastructure, using these same approaches. By the end of this talk, you will understand how to craft your own elaborate certificates with Python and how to use them to secure communications between networked services.
Views: 2033 PyCon Australia
IT Sicherheit #11 - Praxis mit OpenSSL und Angriff gegen AES-ECB
 
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How to create a self-signed certificate using openssl
 
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This short video shows how to create a self-signed certificate using the openssl command tools. For more information on openssl see http://openssl.org. Summary: - create a Certificate Signing Request (CSR) with the command: openssl req -new -newkey rsa:2048 -nodes -keyout localhost.key -out localhost.csr - self-sign the Certificate with the command: openssl x509 -req -days 365 -in localhost.csr -signkey localhost.key -out localhost.crt Ask for more videos on technical question to [email protected]
Views: 34490 BrightMindedLtd
[GreHack 2016] Improving dm-crypt performance for XTS-AES mode – Levent Demir
 
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Using dedicated hardware is common to accelerate crypto- graphic operations: complex operations are managed by a dedicated co- processor, and data is transferred between RAM and the crypto-engine through DMA operations. The CPU is therefore free for other tasks, which is vital in embedded environments with limited CPU power. In this work we discuss and benchmark XTS-EAS, using either software or mixed approaches, using Linux and dm-crypt, and a low power AT- MEL board, featuring an AES crypto-engine that supports ECB-AES but not the XTS-AES mode. We show that the dm-crypt module used in Linux for full disk encryption has limitations that can be relaxed when considering higher block sizes. We demonstrate that performance gains almost by a factor two are possible, which opens new opportunities for future use-cases.
Views: 269 GreHack
OpenSSL HeartBleed
 
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The OpenSLL Heartbleed bug was recently discovered by industry experts as a major vulnerability impacting the security of systems running OpenSSL version 1x. This vulnerability puts usernames, passwords, and other sensitive data at high risk and can be easily exploited by a malicious attacker. With ERM and Continuous Monitoring and Management, the remediation efforts of a system-wide and urgent vulnerability notification can be handled promptly and efficiently. Detect vulnerable servers with ACE - Virtustream's Analytics and Continuous monitoring Engine.
Views: 496 Virtustream
Python Encryption Tutorial with PyCrypto
 
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Sentdex.com Facebook.com/sentdex Twitter.com/sentdex How to use python to encrypt sensitive information, and later decrypt it, using PyCrypto! PyCrypto: https://www.dlitz.net/software/pycrypto/ The Code: http://sentdex.com/sentiment-analysisbig-data-and-python-tutorials/encryption-and-decryption-in-python-code-example-with-explanation/
Views: 85455 sentdex
RSA Blind Signatures - Applied Cryptography
 
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This video is part of an online course, Applied Cryptography. Check out the course here: https://www.udacity.com/course/cs387.
Views: 7319 Udacity
Install & fix error routersploit in Termux
 
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Install & fix error routersploit in Termux pkg update && upgrade pkg install git pkg install python-dev clang libcrypt-dev libffi-dev git openssl-dev export CONFIG_SHELL=$PREFIX/bin/sh Link : https://shtlink.co/phN2Q8 git clone url github routersploit cd routersploit ls pip2 install -r requirements.txt pip2 install -r requirements-dev.txt pip2 install requests termux-fix-shebang rsf.py python rsf.py My Facebook ; https://m.facebook.com/xroot.xroot.7 https://github.com/boychongzen18 https://www.hackingforlive.cf Email : [email protected] Regard,,,boychongzen aka X-root
Views: 3531 Tutorial IT
What is GCM? Galois Counter Mode (of operation) (usually seen as AES-GCM)
 
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In this video I'm explaining what is that Galois Counter Mode that provides Authenticated Encryption with Associated Data (AEAD). You must have heard it combined with AES, and maybe used in TLS, ... This is just a small explanation, you can get more on the NIST specs. Errata (thanks to Casper Kejlberg-Rasmussen in the comments) error at 11:21, the last M_H that is applied before going into the TAG should not be there if you compare your drawing to the diagram on https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Galois/Counter_Mode. Be sure to follow me on twitter :) https://twitter.com/lyon01_david and to subscribe to my blog! http://www.cryptologie.net Cheers!
Views: 19325 David Wong
OpenSSL Tutorials #2: Creation and management of private and public key
 
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This show how to generate rsa key pair and save it to file.
Views: 3174 Openssl
HeartBleed Hacking with Metasploit and nmap Test
 
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Heartbleed is a security bug in the open-source OpenSSL cryptography library, widely used to implement the Internet's Transport Layer Security (TLS) protocol. This vulnerability is due to a missing bounds check in the handling of the Transport Layer Security (TLS) heartbeat extension. A fixed version of OpenSSL was released on April 7, 2014, at the same time as Heartbleed was publicly disclosed. At that time, some 17 percent (around half a million) of the Internet's secure web servers certified by trusted authorities were believed to be vulnerable to the attack, allowing theft of the servers' private keys and users' session cookies and passwords. The Electronic Frontier Foundation, Ars Technica, and Bruce Schneier all deemed the Heartbleed bug "catastrophic". Forbes cybersecurity columnist Joseph Steinberg wrote, "Some might argue that [Heartbleed] is the worst vulnerability found (at least in terms of its potential impact) since commercial traffic began to flow on the Internet HOW TO DO? See my blog http://ceciputsystem.blogspot.com/2014/04/heartbleed-hacking-with-metasploit-and.html For more info read here http://blog.authy.com/heartbleed
DEFCON 16: Predictable RNG in the vulnerable Debian OpenSSL package, the What and the How
 
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Speakers: Luciano Bello, Engineer (Information Systems),CITEFA/Si6 Maximiliano Bertacchini, Researcher, CITEFA/Si6 Recently, the Debian project announced an OpenSSL package vulnerability which they had been distributing for the last two years. This bug makes the PRNG predictable, affecting the keys generated by openssl and every other system that uses libssl (eg. openssh, openvpn). We will talk about this bug, its discovery and publication, its consequences, and exploitation. As well, we will demonstrate some exploitation tools. For more information visit: http://bit.ly/defcon16_information To download the video visit: http://bit.ly/defcon16_videos
Views: 673 Christiaan008
How to Install and Update OpenSSL on CentOS 6 / CentOS 7
 
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This video explains about the method to install and update OpenSSL on CentOS. OpenSSL is a library that provides cryptographic functionality. For more explanation on this video: https://www.linuxhelp.com/how-to-install-and-update-openssl-on-centos-6-centos-7/
Views: 2578 Linux Help
Public Key Crypto with RSA (CSS441, L12, Y15)
 
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RSA key generation, encryption and decryption with simple examples. Course material via: http://sandilands.info/sgordon/teaching
Views: 2019 Steven Gordon
How to find Base64-encoded RSA public key
 
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Base64-encoded RSA public key
Views: 971 MixTape
Шифруем HTML - cryptojs
 
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Полный код из видео: https://github.com/artemdemo/staticrypt-example http://artemdemo.me - Артем Демо - веб разработка Music: --- Lost In The Night (ft. Pipa Moran) by THBD https://soundcloud.com/thbdsultan Creative Commons — Attribution 3.0 Unported— CC BY 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/b... Music provided by Audio Library https://youtu.be/bfi2Lj4Tua4 --- Show Me by Dj Quads https://soundcloud.com/aka-dj-quads Music provided by Audio Library https://youtu.be/SlA9HLlFRkw
Views: 675 Artem Demo
RSA Implemented in JavaScript (Keygen part 5) - Pwn Adventure 3
 
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Views: 22777 LiveOverflow
Install Godaddy SSL Certificate for Free - Wordpress Free SSL
 
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Learn how to install free SSL on Wordpress having GoDaddy hosting Let's Encrypt is the first free and open CA We generate certificates using their ACME server by using domain validation. Private Keys are generated in your browser and never transmitted. For modern browsers we generate a private key in your browser using the Web Cryptography API and the private key is never transmitted. The private key also gets deleted off your browser after the certificate is generated. If your browser does not support the Web Cryptography API then the keys will be generated on the server using the latest version of OpenSSL and outputted over SSL and never stored. For the best security you are recommended to use a supported browser for client generation. You can also provide your own CSR when using manual verification in which case the private key is handled completely on your end. https://www.pixelbyme.com/install-godaddy-ssl-certificate-free/
Views: 324 Pixelbyme
Setting up Google Cloud Storage
 
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caleb’s code https://github.com/golang-book/bootcamp-examples todd’s code https://github.com/GoesToEleven/GolangTraining/ course outline https://goo.gl/EIbk7a Learn The Language - Golang Training https://goo.gl/DB1GvG Learn The Language - Great Golang Books https://www.golang-book.com/books/intro (Caleb Doxsey) http://amzn.to/1PmlB1w (Bill Kennedy) http://amzn.to/21nO1Mc (Donovan & Kernighan) http://amzn.to/1PmlKSB (Balbaert) Learn The Language - Quick Code Samples https://gobyexample.com/ Playlist of all videos in training https://goo.gl/WWCh9D Index of Videos https://goo.gl/SDgaEr ASK QUESTIONS & GET HELP https://forum.golangbridge.org/c/getting-help STAY CONNECTED G+ https://goo.gl/kWyztP https://twitter.com/Todd_McLeod https://www.youtube.com/user/toddmcleod NOTES ON THIS VIDEO: continuing to set up GCS; (10) you have to generate a SERVICE ACCOUNT so open your project then go into CREDENTIALS then under OAUTH click CREATE NEW CLIENT ID and choose SERVICE ACCOUNT; a file will download; a PRIVATE KEY for your service account; you need to save this file; (11) we need a P12 KEY so click GENERATE NEW P12 KEY; creates a P12 which is a way of storing a key and it has a password and the password is notasecret; we now have a PRIVATE KEY; we can use this private key to connect to GCS; but the key is in the wrong format (12) app engine wants a PEM file; we have to convert our P12 to PEM; run this command at the terminal (1:38) cat Hello*.p12 | openssl pkcs12 -nodes -nocerts -passin pass:notasecret | openssl rsa ~/gcs.pem this is where the docs talk about it here (search for “following these instructions”) and here After you create a Client ID for a service account (see Generating a private key) and download the private key, you might need to convert the key to other formats. The key is provided in PKCS12 format, which is supported by many different programming languages and libraries. However, it can be converted into other formats using OpenSSL. # Convert the key from pkcs12 to pkcs1 (PEM). $ cat /path/to/xxxx-privatekey.p12 | openssl pkcs12 -nodes -nocerts -passin pass:notasecret | openssl rsa /path/to/secret.pem Using that PEM file, I can connect to GCS from my development server on my computer; this lets you test your code locally; when your application is live, your application will be able to get the credentials to access the bucket from the app engine service; NOW WE ARE READY TO START OUR GCS SERVER; step (13); at terminal ~/go_appengine/dev_appserver.py . --appidentity_email_address [email protected] --appidentity_private_key_path pem_file.pem where your_app_email_address is the encrypted email address from the CREATE NEW CLIENT ID OAUTH AREA UNDER API’S AND AUTH CREDENTIALS IN GOOGLE DEVELOPERS CONSOLE under SERVICE ACCOUNT; : Now we can write some code! Step (14) (6:00); http client; OAUTH2 transport; This is complicated because making something easy makes it easy to hack;
Views: 2374 Learn To Code
JTC-Ngin AES XPress Demo HD
 
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JTC-Ngin or (Java Text Cryptography Engine) is a light-weight free software tool that is programmed using Java. JTC-Ngin allows you to Encrypt/Decrypt text using AES (Advanced Encryption Standard) with Symmetric Key Exchange in few easy steps: Import the text to JTC-Ngin form a .txt file or just using copy and paste. Choose your own Encryption Key (Password). Encrypt the text and save it to a ".crypto" Base64 encoded file format, Base64 encoding guarantees the integrity of the data when it's transmitted over the internet or any electronic medium. The recipient can then use the same tool to import the ".crypto" file and decrypt it using the same Encryption Key to its original human readable text format. you can download this software for free http://www.JTC-Ngin.org - Runs on Mac - Windows - Linux
Views: 122 Ahmed Choukri
Oct. 31st, 2016 - Weekly Vulnerabilities Report - 36 Bugs
 
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📌Limited Edition Hacker Gear: https://goo.gl/H3TJEC This video content has been made available for informational and educational purposes only. The content within this video is meant to educate viewers on cyber security topics, methodologies, and tactics to better protect against cyber security threats. Don't be evil. ———► SUBSCRIBE: https://goo.gl/6A36Fc 1. Cisco Email Security Appliance Vendor: Cisco Alert: http://securitytracker.com/id/1037124 2. Cisco Email Security Appliance Vendor: Cisco Alert: http://securitytracker.com/id/1037115 3. Cisco Email Security Appliance Vendor: Cisco Alert: http://securitytracker.com/id/1037120 4. Cisco Email Security Appliance Vendor: Cisco Alert: http://securitytracker.com/id/1037116 5. Cisco Email Security Appliance Vendor: Cisco Alert: http://securitytracker.com/id/1037122 6. Apache Tomcat Vendor: Apache Software Foundation Alert: http://securitytracker.com/id/1037144 7. Cisco Email Security Appliance Vendor: Cisco Alert: http://securitytracker.com/id/1037123 8. Apache Tomcat Vendor: Apache Software Foundation Alert: http://securitytracker.com/id/1037145 9. OpenSSL Vendor: OpenSSL.org Alert: http://securitytracker.com/id/1037084 10. Cisco Web Security Appliance Vendor: Cisco Alert: http://securitytracker.com/id/1037119 11. Cisco Email Security Appliance Vendor: Cisco Alert: http://securitytracker.com/id/1037118 12. Apache Tomcat Vendor: Apache Software Foundation Alert: http://securitytracker.com/id/1037141 13. Apple macOS/OS X Vendor: Apple Alert: http://securitytracker.com/id/1037086 14. VMware Vendor: VMware, Inc. Alert: http://securitytracker.com/id/1037102 15. FreeBSD Kernel Vendor: FreeBSD Alert: http://securitytracker.com/id/1037098 16. Cisco Identity Services Engine Vendor: Cisco Alert: http://securitytracker.com/id/1037109 17. HPE Business Service Management Vendor: HPE Alert: http://securitytracker.com/id/1037127 18. Shibboleth Service Provider Vendor: Shibboleth Alert: http://securitytracker.com/id/1037135 19. Joomla! Vendor: joomla.org Alert: http://securitytracker.com/id/1037107 20. nginx Vendor: nginx.org Alert: http://securitytracker.com/id/1037104 21. Cisco Prime Collaboration Vendor: Cisco Alert: http://securitytracker.com/id/1037112 22. Adobe Flash Vendor: Adobe Systems Incorporated Alert: http://securitytracker.com/id/1037111 23. Joomla! Vendor: joomla.org Alert: http://securitytracker.com/id/1037108 24. Foxit Reader Vendor: Foxit Software Alert: http://securitytracker.com/id/1037101 25. Cisco Email Security Appliance Vendor: Cisco Alert: http://securitytracker.com/id/1037114 26. Apache Tomcat Vendor: Apache Software Foundation Alert: http://securitytracker.com/id/1037142 27. Cisco Web Security Appliance Vendor: Cisco Alert: http://securitytracker.com/id/1037117 28. Cisco Email Security Appliance Vendor: Cisco Alert: http://securitytracker.com/id/1037113 29. Apple Safari Vendor: Apple Alert: http://securitytracker.com/id/1037087 30. IBM WebSphere Commerce Vendor: IBM Alert: http://securitytracker.com/id/1037091 31. Apache Tomcat Vendor: Apache Software Foundation Alert: http://securitytracker.com/id/1037143 32. Foxit Reader Vendor: Foxit Software Alert: http://securitytracker.com/id/1037100 33. Cisco Web Security Appliance Alert: http://securitytracker.com/id/1037121 34. VMware Vendor: VMware, Inc. Alert: http://securitytracker.com/id/1037103 35. Apple iOS Vendor: Apple Alert: http://securitytracker.com/id/1037088 36. Apple iTunes Vendor: Apple Alert: http://securitytracker.com/id/1037139
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ReactJS - Keys
 
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ReactJS - Keys Watch more Videos at https://www.tutorialspoint.com/videotutorials/index.htm Lecture By: Mr. Anadi Sharma, Tutorials Point India Private Limited.
C++ Crypto++
 
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PKI - Digital Certificates (CISSP Free by Skillset.com)
 
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This Authentication training video is part of the CISSP FREE training course from Skillset.com (https://www.skillset.com/certifications/cissp). Skillset helps you pass your certification exam. Faster. Guaranteed. https://www.skillset.com Topic: Digital Certificates Skill: Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) Skillset: Identity and Access Management Certification: CISSP Join the 40,000+ candidates in over 58 countries that have found a faster, better way to pass their certification exam. + Unlimited access to thousands of practice questions + Exam readiness score + Smart reinforcement + Focused training ensures 100% exam readiness + Personalized learning plan + Align exam engine to your current baseline knowledge + Eliminate wasted study time + Exam pass guarantee And much more - https://www.skillset.com
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YVR18-421: Enabling a secure data center with Arm64 architecture
 
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Secure boot helps to plug security vulnerabilities for servers in the data center. The primary requirement to implement secure boot using UEFI is the support for secure storage on the server platform. Existing support for secure storage in implementations of UEFI such as EDK2 are x86 specific relying on the x86 SMM operating mode to provide a hardware enforced sandbox execution environment. AArch64 based platforms rely on S-EL0/1 to provide such a sandbox execution environment to implement secure storage but the upstream EDK2 support for secure storage requires design changes to extend it for AArch64 platforms. This proposal presents those design changes with detailed information of the proposed changes.
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Install OpenVPN Server in CentOS 7 Part 4 OpenVPN easy-rsa
 
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Subscribe! http://danscourses.com - This is a multipart tutorial that covers installing and configuring OpenVPN server in a dual-homed CentOS 7 Linux server. Part 4 focuses on installing the EPEL repositories, installing OpenVPN, and installing easy-rsa. I also configure the OpenVPN server and build server certificates and keys! Visit my webpage for written instructions here: http://www.danscourses.com/Linux-Fundamentals/install-openvpn-in-a-centos-7-virtual-machine-page-2.html
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How to code symmetric Encryption and Decryption Program with C++ (c++ learning)
 
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Download Code: https://www.dropbox.com/s/7wzs7g0c51jcb84/symmetric%20Encryption.cpp?dl=0 In this video you will learn, How to code symmetric Encryption and Decryption Program with C++. 1. all you need to have a compiler in my case i'm using DevC++. 2. on each change you must compile the whole program before execute it. 3. Don't forget to subscribe to my channel. for any question post comment or email me: [email protected]
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Domain Name Owners SSL Certificate Problem DEFCON 26
 
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Lost and Found Certificates: dealing with residual certificates for pre-owned domains By Ian Foster, Hacker & Dylan Ayrey, Hacker Summary of Presentation: When purchasing a new domain name you would expect that you are the only one who can obtain a valid SSL certificate for it, however that is not always the case. When the domain had a prior owner(s), even several years prior, they may still possess a valid SSL certificate for it and there is very little you can do about it. Using Certificate Transparency, we examined millions of domains and certificates and found thousands of examples where the previous owner for a domain still possessed a valid SSL certificate for the domain long after it changed ownership. We will review the results from our ongoing large scale quantitative analysis over past and current domains and certificates. We'll explore the massive scale of the problem, what we can do about it, how you can protect yourself, and a proposed process change to make this less of a problem going forwards. We end by introducing BygoneSSL, a new tool and dashboard that shows an up to date view of affected domains and certificates using publicly available DNS data and Certificate Transparency logs. BygoneSSL will demonstrate how widespread the issue is, let domain owners determine if they could be affected, and can be used to track the number of affected domains over time. Speaker Background: Ian Foster Ian enjoys researching systems and networking problems and solutions in an effort to make the world more secure. He has published research papers analyzing the new gTLD land rush and crawling and parsing most WHOIS records. From demonstrating how insecure aftermarket OBD "dongles" can be used to compromise and take over automobiles; to measuring the paths an email traverses online with encryption in an effort to increase integrity, authenticity, and confidentiality; and more. During the day Ian is a Security Engineer fighting for the users. Dylan Ayrey Dylan is a security engineer, who in his free time authors lots of open source projects, such as truffleHog. He graduated college in 2015 and has been working in security ever since. Link to PowerPoint: https://media.defcon.org/DEF%20CON%2026/DEF%20CON%2026%20presentations/DEFCON-26-Foster-and-Ayrey-Lost-and-Found-Certs-residual-certs-for-pre-owned-domains.pdf Link to Description: https://www.defcon.org/html/defcon-26/dc-26-speakers.html#Foster Follow my Instagram at: https://www.instagram.com/cameron_saman/?hl=en & Check out my app development company I started at: http://Introdite.com Check out my phone repair company I started to get any repairs done go to: http://ocphonewiz.com Like & Subscribe if you enjoyed this video or learned something & comment below if you want more videos like these.
Views: 470 Cameron Saman
RSA Encryption with Excel Part 1
 
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This is a class room example of RSA encryption using 3 digit primes and excel for the calculation engine. The video is in three parts. Part 1 describes the initial setup of the algorithm and how to generate exponents of those numbers. This class happened on April 12, 2011 at Eastside Preparatory School in Kirkland. Download the spreadsheet https://docs.google.com/open?id=1GLcLhuBUvmC5_YxcILVLnkjhghFa8ABSlMLG7Wm9LZE
Views: 23556 Jonathan Briggs
installing-java8-with-jce
 
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Installing Java 8 with Cryptographic Extensions Table of Contents: 00:05 - Installing Java 8 00:38 - Setting up Java 8 with cryptography extensions 02:22 - Troubleshooting 02:45 - Troubleshooting [continued] 03:08 - Verifying that the JCE support has been installed correctly
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