We are happy to release the results of the five security audits that Least Authority performed in 2018 for the Tezos Foundation, a Swiss non-profit organization that supports Tezos, a distributed, peer-to-peer, permissionless network, and the community around it. This series of security audits were done as part of the Tezos Foundation’s
Least Authority and Private Internet Access announce PrivateStorage.io: a secure and privacy-focused cloud storage solution.
PrivateStorage is a joint venture product developed and maintained by Least Authority and Private Internet Access. As firm believers in protection of our customers’ privacy, we joined efforts to offer a private, secure and end-to-end encrypted solution to allow the end user — not third-parties — to determine whether and to
Least Authority performs Security Audit of Knot DNS and Knot Resolver on behalf of Mozilla’s “SOS” Fund
Earlier this year, Least Authority completed a security audit of Knot DNS and the Knot Resolver for the Mozilla Secure Open Source (“SOS”) Fund. The Mozilla SOS Fund provides security auditing, remediation, and verification for key open source software projects. This Fund is part of the Mozilla Open Source Support program (MOSS) which recognizes and celebrates open source
In just 10 months from now, companies headquartered in an EU country and all organizations that process data on EU residents will have to comply with the requirements of the GDPR – the EU General Data Protection Regulation. GDPR approved by the EU Parliament on 14th April 2016, is designed to
A few months ago, Least Authority ran user-testing sessions to get a sense of what our potential users think about our products – S4, our current Amazon S3 based application of Tahoe-LAFS and Gridsync, our forthcoming graphical user interface for S4 and Tahoe-LAFS. In addition to getting valuable feedback, it was interesting to