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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21 Dec 2016

Themis database modules

In an ongoing effort to make Themis functions available anywhere we (and potential users) might need them, we're starting to release Themis wrappers for popular databases. This post outlines the first two - for Redis and PostgreSQL databases.

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23 Nov 2016

Themis 0.9.4 release

Glad to announce Themis 0.9.4! Minor changes for stable new version.

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27 Jul 2016

Zero Knowledge Protocols without magic

In this post, we talk about Zero-Knowledge Proofs, tie ZKP authentication to traditional security models and help you understand better how authentication, in general, should work. 

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26 May 2016

Introducing Themis 0.9.3

Themis 0.9.3 released: new wrappers for Go, NodeJS, C++, Google Chrome and much more.

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23 May 2016

Choose your Android crypto (Infographic)

This blog post features infographic on how to choose cryptographic frameworks when developing Android apps and adds a few notes about Native/Java crypto.
 

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21 Apr 2016

Building Sesto, in-browser password manager

Sesto is one of PoC tools we've developed while working on WebThemis - the cryptographically sane front-end framework for Google Chrome. Sesto enables web users to store any secrets (for example, login credentials) on the server and use them from any computer that has Google Chrome installed. 

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7 Apr 2016

Benchmarking Secure Comparator

This post summarizes our experiences of testing Secure Comparator as an authentication mechanism for HTTP.

While we were planning, designing and implementing Comparator, real infrastructure in which it has to function (letting Toughbase instances without shared trust to be able to exchange records and request personal data safely) was very far from being ready, but we wanted to understand how good it was for some practical applications. So we chose the obvious - seeing how SC could work as HTTP authentication mechanism.

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30 Mar 2016

Crypto in iOS: Choose your destiny (Infographic)

This blog post features infographic on how to choose crypto when developing iOS apps. It's always useful to put tool choice in context of causes (goals) and effects. This is what we've tried to do in this post. 

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