Santiago Torres-Arias

Open Source | Research | Security

Author: Santiago Torres-Arias

Creating a web-enabled USB driver with WebUSB

Creating a web-enabled usb driver with webusb I got caught in the crossfire of adapting one of my projects (PolyPasswordHasher, if you’re curious) to support two factor authentication recently. One of the goals that I had prepared for the summer was to have an actual demo website in which someone could register a yubikey and […]

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Looking at the Git landscape through SHATTERED glass

A recent blogpost from Google and CWI showed us what many had suspected would happen soon: a practical attack on SHA-1 could be successfully carried out. Although this is an important milestone for the history of cryptographic hash algorithms (if that’s even a thing), the practical implications are more nuanced. As it is with the […]

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