14 Sep 2020
We cover cryptographically signed audit logging, when logs are generated in a certain way which prevents tampering messages, removing, adding or changing the order of log entries. We explain why signed logs are essential for security software, how we’ve built-in secure audit logging in Acra, and how to use it together with other defense in-depth layers in your systems.
9 Jul 2020
Themis 0.13.0 release: introducing new “encrypt-with-passphrase” API, new API for generating symmetric keys, support for Kotlin for Android, and updated Themis knowledge base.
10 Jun 2020
OpenSSL complexity starts with its version string. Apple, Carthage, and some dependency analysis tools have different opinions about it. Here is how we dealt with them and submitted iOS app to the App Store.
10 Jun 2020
This story is dedicated to fellow developers struggling with updating Carthage package with the latest OpenSSL for iOS and macOS apps. Here you will find the scripts, error messages, testing matrix, and our working solution for Themis to this no small feat. We believe it could save you time then you meet the same task.
5 Sep 2019
How we helped the Bear note taking app for iOS/macOS, which decided to implement note encryption for their huge existing user base. A story about finding a balance between usability, security, and mobile platforms' restrictions.
23 Jul 2019
What is searchable encryption and what are the tools that allow performing secure search over encrypted data. A brief overview.
9 Apr 2018
Going through breaking changes and avoiding pitfalls in the process of moving from OpenSSL 1.0.2 to OpenSSL 1.1.0.
13 Dec 2017
Today is the release day for a proof of concept version of Hermes — a framework for cryptographically assured access control and data security Hermes-core 0.5.1.
23 Nov 2017
Turning macros into auditable C code in a highly parameterised cross-platform cryptographic library Themis with a help of preprocessor customization.
21 Sep 2017
The second article in a series of three that covers our experiments with different sources of crypto primitives for Themis. This time we tested its multi-platform capabilities with Libsodium.