Posts tagged “ethereum”

Least Authority Performs Security Audit of GNU libmicrohttpd (MHD)

Ramakrishnan Muthukrishnan, Liz Steininger and Anamika Ved on June 22, 2017

At Least Authority, our mission is to bring verifiable end-to-end security to everyone. As a part of this mission, we provide security consulting services to free and open-source software projects. We recently performed a security audit of the GNU libmicrohttpd (MHD) library, on behalf of Mozilla’s Secure Open Source Fund. Mozilla’s SOS Fund is a new initiative to support security audits and remediation for open-source software projects. We Least Authoritarians applaud Mozilla’s effort to...

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Least Authority Performs Incentive Analysis For Ethereum

Andrew Miller, Brian Warner, Nathan Wilcox, Zooko Wilcox-O'Hearn on June 23, 2015

Our mission at LeastAuthority is to bring verifiable end-to-end security to everyone. As part of that mission, in addition to operating the S4 secure storage service, we also run a security consulting business. We LeastAuthoritarians have extensive experience in security and cryptography, and other companies sometimes hire us to analyze the security of their protocols and software. Our most recent consulting client is Ethereum. Ethereum is innovating in many ways, both in the technical...

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