Randy Bush is going to talk about the current status of CrypTech project, in
order to teach us how far they got in developing their design; and then lead
the discussion in order to do some "intellectual penetration testing", exchange
ideas & learn from Dutch hackers.
The CrypTech project is developing an open-source hardware cryptographic engine
design that meets the needs of high assurance Internet infrastructure systems
that use cryptography. The open-source hardware cryptographic engine must be of
general use to the broad Internet community, covering needs such as securing
email, web, DNSsec, PKIs, etc.
- what would you do differently?
- flaws you see in the process or design
- other examples
- interest in testing?
Randy Bush is a long time network operator at RAINet, Verio, NTT, etc.,
research Fellow at Internet Initiative Japan, and author of many IETF RFCs,
mainly about RPKI; published lots of publication with IEEE, ACM SIGCOMM; and
public speaker at AfriNIC, NANOG, RIPE, APNIC, ISOC events...