The SDF Public Access UNIX
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nemesis is not truecrypt
download the initial binary release of nemesis (is not TrueCrypt) for OSX bundled with FUSE for macOS 3.5.3 and the MacFUSE compatibility layer
nemesis for OS X is built against the 10.7 SDK on 10.11. Not yet tested on Sierra. Download the 10.7 OSX SDK from phracker's github here if you need it
using FreeBSD? "git clone https://github.com/adouble42/nemesis-current" and "gmake wxbuild; gmake" - parallel makes are fine for both stages.
rotor - an experimental public key encryption implementation for FreeBSD and OS X, using hybrid encryption with NTRU, Salsa20 and SHAKE-256 in some novel configurations, that combined with creative uses of steganography and other techniques, can allow for very secure information exchange methods. the git page contains an example application of the Salsa20-NTRU-SHAKE-256 function used with steganography, image hosting service, and a detached header used as a literal keyfile needed to access the message and only unlocked with the public key and exchanged at any other place, any other time. the default encryption mode is a hybrid NTRU-(Salsa20^SHAKE256) stream.
some darkweb holdings at the git-of-doom onion, tor required, the tor2web services mangle requests too badly
[Aug252017] new adouble42 gitweb so i can release more of the things >
[Aug252017] my bleeding edge local build of the CompCert C compiler allowing for 64 bit binary builds on BSD systems, ymmv, caveat emptor, etc
some interesting reading to lose sleep over
some interesting DARPA observations on the quantum question
"Learning to Protect Communications with Adversarial Neural Cryptography" - turned me on to easycrypt, coq, why3 and ocaml
"the C standard formalized in Coq"
the CompCert C compiler, now testing crypto functions here, in 32 bits, although not using 32 bit production functions because slooow
verasco static analyzer
princeton's verifiable software toolchain
"If I have seen further it is by standing on the shoulders of giants. I frame no hypotheses." -- isaac newton
BLAKE-512 checksums of /files presented here
reference implementation of SHA-3 finalist BLAKE, command line utilities for computing file checksums
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