What is SSL/TLS and HTTPS? What security is it intended to provide? In recent years the SSL/TLS and HTTPS technology has been had numerous alerts on real world, practical crypto attacks, effectively unravelling HTTPS security promises. What are these attacks, why do they work, and how were the attacks combatted in SSL implementations? What cryptos can we trust and how does one implement a good SSL/TLS solution today?
Joachim Strömbergson is a security expert at Secworks, a consultancy founded by Joachim. By working as an advisor and educator, providing analysis and implementations Joachim assists his customers in finding the right security for their products and services. SSL and TLS in embedded systems, Internet of Things and SCADA system security are things Joachims battles during day time. On his spare time Joachim implements ciphers and blogs about security at secworks.se
Peter is a speaker in the Säkerhetspodcasten security podcast (sakerhetspodcasten.se) and has a great interest in applied cryptography and practical cryptographic attacks. Peter works as security consultant at Omegapoint and specialize in application security.
– ”SSL and SSL attacks”
– ”SSL crypto and Snowden et al”
– ”Implementing SSL according to best practices”
Vän av ordning kanske minns att jag tog några snygga foton på Kristal and Jonny Boy. Deras video kan verkligen rekommenderas, riktigt vacker. Video av Anders J Larsson. Artikel i Gaffa: http://gaffa.se/nyhet/78773
From my visit in Linköping. BMPCC with Canon TV-16 25/1.4 lens. Many shots from Jul i Trädgårdsföreningen 2013, including the blacksmith work. Also revisited ”Lilla Sibiren” for some local autumn flower shots.
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Soundtrack: Trop Tard by Vialka is licensed under a Attribution-NonCommercial License.
Black Magic Pocket Cinema Camera footage from a club. Shot with Canon TV-16 25mm/1.4 c-mount lens
Aggressive Behaviour by Aktivehate is licensed under a Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike License.
First test run with Proskar anamorphic. These shots were shot in a hurried fashion, and I have no previous experience of dual focusing, so often the focus is a bit off.
Shot with Canon 5D Mark II, Magic Lantern Raw 4:3 mode, Helios 44M-4
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Behind The Seas by Possimiste is licensed under a Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike License.
Test footage of C-mount lens: TV-16 25mm 1:1.14 C-mount.
Shot with the BMPCC Black Magic Pocket Cinema Camera.
Graded with Film Convert KD P400 Ptra.
Soundtrack: Look For Danger by Waylon Thornton
Footage and soundtrack is licensed under a Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 United States License.
I received a question if faster cards than Sandisk Extreme 60MB/s helps on the Canon 5D Mark II. So I tested it. The Sandisk Extreme 60MB/s only sustains 36MB/s and thus is not an optimal card for Canon 5DmkII. The Lexar 1000X max out the camer at 47 MB/s, performance well below of what the card is known to achieve on other cameras such as the 5D mk III.