Security engineering articles
- 2022-04-23 How SHA-256 Works Step-By-Step Boot.dev
- 2022-04-23 Very Basic Intro to Hash Functions SHA-256, MD5, etc Boot.dev
- 2022-04-23 Basic Intro to Key Derivation Functions Boot.dev
By Lane Wagner on Dec 30, 2019
- 2022-04-20 What an X.509 Certificate Is & How It Works Sectigo® Official
- 2022-04-20 What is an X.509 certificate?
- 2022-06-01 📺 7 Cryptography Concepts EVERY Developer Should Know - YouTube
Books and Courses
- 2022-01-19 🎥 Security engineering course Light Blue Touchpaper
- 2022-01-19 📕 Security Engineering - A Guide to Building Dependable Distributed Systems
- 2022-03-05 Badly implementing encryption
Low-level security in Rust
- 2022-02-22 ⭐⭐⭐ veeral-patel/how-to-secure-anything: How to systematically secure anything: a repository about security engineering
Security engineering is the discipline of building secure systems. Its lessons are not just applicable to computer security. In fact, in this repo, I aim to document a process for securing anything, whether it's a medieval castle, an art museum, or a computer network.
- 2022-08-03 The Illustrated TLS 1.3 Connection: Every Byte Explained
Every byte explained and reproduced In this demonstration a client connects to a server, negotiates a TLS 1.3 session, sends "ping", receives "pong", and then terminates the session. Click below to begin exploring.
certutil -hashfile TabletopClub_vX.X.X_Windows_64.zip SHA512
shasum -a 512 TabletopClub_vX.X.X_OSX_Universal.zip
# Linux / *BSD