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2 Apr 2019

New Themis 0.11.1

Meet numerous improvements, addition of Rust-Themis wrapper, and expansion of code distribution options in the new version of Themis encryption library.

Themis products releases


31 Dec 2018

Looking Back at 2018 — A Year in Retrospect

Seven releases of Acra, DGAP security consulting and security training services, a whole new Docserver, conference talks all over the world, and much more.

Themis products holidays Acra releases


20 Dec 2018

Thank You for Contributing and Using Themis in 2018

We are extremely grateful to our open-source contributors and for the feedback from select users and want to recognize and celebrate their input in 2018!

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9 Apr 2018

Moving to OpenSSL 1.1.0 — How We Did It

Going through breaking changes and avoiding pitfalls in the process of moving from OpenSSL 1.0.2 to OpenSSL 1.1.0.

Themis cryptography OpenSSL


6 Feb 2018

Releasing Themis 0.10.0

Meet the perfect ten! A sleek update with breaking changes and major improvements.

Themis products releases


14 Dec 2017

Themis 0.9.6 release

Rolling out the brand new shiny Themis 0.9.6! OpenSSL 1.1 is now supported.

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23 Nov 2017

Auditable Macros in C Code

Turning macros into auditable C code in a highly parameterised cross-platform cryptographic library Themis with a help of preprocessor customization.

Themis development cryptography


21 Sep 2017

Replacing OpenSSL with Libsodium

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.

cryptography OpenSSL Libsodium Themis development


15 Sep 2017

Themis 0.9.5 release

Themis 0.9.5 is here! Improved compatibility, small fixes, nice extras, and pre-built binaries from package server for your convenience.

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6 Mar 2017

Importing with ctypes in Python: fighting overflows

Best cases of boring technical debt are understood when reflected properly. This post addresses a simple one: inelegant flags in core C library ended up breaking Python tests. This is no small case to us: tests breaking sometimes might end up in things seeming to work, but not really working. Not something you can afford yourself when you're doing cryptography, do you?

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