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notary - Notary is a project that allows anyone to have trust over arbitrary collections of data

  •    Go

The Notary project has officially been accepted in to the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF). It has moved to https://github.com/theupdateframework/notary. Any downstream consumers should update their Go imports to use this new location, which will be the canonical location going forward. We have moved the repo in GitHub, which will allow existing importers to continue using the old location via GitHub's redirect.

Ockam - End-to-end encryption and mutual authentication for distributed applications

  •    Rust

Ockam provides end-to-end encryption and mutual authentication for distributed applications. Transport layer security protocols are unable to protect application messages because their protection is constrained by the length and duration of the underlying transport connection. Ockam is a suite of programming libraries and infrastructure that makes it simple for our applications to guarantee end-to-end integrity, authenticity, and confidentiality of data.

cothority - Scalable collective authority

  •    Go

The collective authority (cothority) project provides a framework for development, analysis, and deployment of decentralized, distributed (cryptographic) protocols. A given set of servers running these protocols is referred to as a collective authority or cothority. Individual servers are called cothority servers or conodes. The code in this repository allows you to access the services of a cothority and/or run your own conode. The cothority project is developed and maintained by the DEDIS lab at EPFL. Don't forget that the cothority is part of a bigger environment.

conex - establish trust in community repositories, cryptographically signed by library authors

  •    OCaml

Conex is a library to verify and attest release integrity and authenticity of a community repository through the use of cryptographic signatures. NOTE: This is still work in progress, to be deployed with opam 2.0 and the opam repository. A getting started with conex article is online.

SelfSigned-Cert-Creator - A short script to make it easy to create a viable, trusted self-signed certificate that can be used for SSL/TLS in particular

  •    Shell

A short script to make it easy to create a viable, trusted self-signed certificate that can be used for SSL/TLS in particular. I've finally managed to update this script to correctly add Subject Alternate Names so that the resulting certificates work correctly with Chrome and other modern browsers.


  •    TypeScript

So, running a local HTTPS server usually sucks. There's a range of approaches, each with their own tradeoff. The common one, using self-signed certificates, means having to ignore scary browser warnings for each project. Now open https://localhost:3000 and voila - your page loads with no scary warnings or hoops to jump through.

DeFacto - Deep Fact Validation

  •    Java

DeFacto is a framework for validating statements by finding confirming sources for it. It takes a statement (such as “Jamaica Inn was directed by Alfred Hitchcock”) as input and then tries to find evidence for the truth of that statement by searching for information in the web (more information).

insolar - Enterprise-ready blockchain platform

  •    Go

Insolar is building a 4th generation blockchain platform for business aimed to enable seamless interactions between companies and unlock new growth opportunities. In addition to the blockchain platform, Insolar will provide blockchain services and ecosystem support for companies that are looking to develop and deploy blockchain solutions. Insolar will feature most complete and secure set of production-ready business blockchain tools and services to quickly build or launch blockchain enterprise applications, accelerating the progression path from initial proof-of-concept to full-scale production. The world’s most innovative companies in finance, logistics, consumer goods, energy, healthcare, transportation, manufacturing and others will be turning to Insolar to create applications and networks that deliver tangible business success. They recognise that even in today’s digital economy, vast amounts of value continue to be trapped inside processes and organisations that don’t connect. Insolar is their remedy, helping them discover and design business value in blockchain networks — starting, accelerating and innovating strategies that replace longstanding business friction with trust and transparency. Delegating trust to a blockchain means that businesses can pursue broader networks, onboard new partners, and enter new ecosystems with ease. Blockchain-based networks that support multiparty collaboration around shared, trusted data and process automation across organisational boundaries bring benefits at many levels, starting with efficiency gains and culminating in reinventing how entire industry ecosystems operate.

golang-https-example - Extremely simple HTTPS client in Go, along with all the openssl commands to make certs work

  •    Go

Solution: The certificate served by https_server is self signed. This message means that the Go lang https library can't find a way to trust the certificate the server is responding with. There are two possible solutions.

crev - Scalable, social, Code REView system that we desperately need (WIP)

  •    Rust

You're ultimately responsible for vetting your dependencies. crev is a real "code review" system as opposed to typical "code-change review" system.

cogito - Cogito Identity Management https://cogito.mobi

  •    Swift

Cogito is a set of components and services that let you easily incorporate self-sovereign identity into your own solutions. A self-sovereign identity is an identity that is owned and controlled by the user. This is in contrast to (unfortunately) common situation where user identity is de-facto owned by one of the (Open) Identity providers. A self-sovereign identity might be used everywhere where users need to be identified: be it a simple online service where each user has an account and therefore needs to be distinguishable from other users, or be it a blockchain transaction that the user has to sign. Most importantly, the self-sovereign identity stays with the user - your identity cannot be taken from you, because you and only you own it. We are working hard to improve documentation. We are not yet there but we are almost there. Within next weeks the most important stuff will be connected so that you can start using Cogito and contribute to it. Feel free to reach out to us if you have any questions.

trident - Trident is a trusted and secure communication platform for enabling better communication between groups of trusted parties

  •    Go

Trident is a Trusted Information Exchange Toolkit. This is the upcoming new iteration of code that runs Ops-Trust and a variety of other instances.

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