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Can You Crack It? - Secure messaging for the Internet
The ZeroMQ messaging library spawned a new product category of thin,
fast message transports that today includes JeroMQ, NullMQ, NetMQ,
Axon, Crossroads, Nanomsg, and more. Fast, light messaging on the LAN
is now a solved problem. But how about Internet scale? That means
security. Pieter Hintjens explains how he remixed D.J.Bernstein's
NaCl and CurveCP with SASL (IETF RFC 4422) to create a new ZeroMQ
protocol (ZMTP 3.0) and security handshake (CurveZMQ). This focus of
this talk will be on the design choices in ZMTP and CurveZMQ, and how
different kinds of architecture need different types of security.
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