How We Discovered Vulnerabilities in CI/CD Pipelines of Popular Open-Source Projects

Implementing a toy version of TLS 1.3

Silent Duels—Constructing the Solution part 2

Issue #190

3/25/2022

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How We Discovered Vulnerabilities in CI/CD Pipelines of Popular Open-Source Projects

Published: 17 March 2022
Tags: infosec


Security researcher Alex Ilgayev gives a brief background on Github Actions, then dives into the juicy details of how they can exploited.


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Implementing a toy version of TLS 1.3

Published: 22 March 2022
Tags: cryptography, networking


Software developer and prolific zine maker Julia Evans steps through the implementation of TLS 1.3 and provides code for you to follow along with.


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Best-Practices on How to Speed Up Your Postgres Queries

Published: 23 March 2022
Tags: postgres, sponsored


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Silent Duels—Constructing the Solution part 2

Published: 23 March 2022
Tags: python


Engineer and author Jeremy Kun takes a shot at implementing a solution in Python for the genre of mathematical problems where two players compete in taking an action, but are unaware of each other's action taking. This specific article is the fourth and most recent in the series, but I'd recommend starting from the beginning (this one just has all of the previous articles at the top of the page for your convenience).


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Implementing a toy version of TLS 1.3 86 25.60% 92 25.63
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Silent Duels—Constructing the Solution part 2 64 19.05% 70 19.50

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