Cryptography is often regarded as a cornerstone of computer security. Yet, many public-key cryptographic algorithms show vulnerability to implementation errors or misinterpretations. This talk surveys 'weapons of math destruction' that have proven remarkably effective in identifying flawed cryptographic implementations in real-world scenarios. It also covers adventures in both active and passive network measurement of cryptographic protocols, highlighting the challenges and advancements in this critical field.
Nadia Heninger, Associate Professor of Computer Science and Engineering, University of California, San Diego
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