• Aug 5, 2019
  • Caleb Chen
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Private Internet Access users can now resolve internet names with the Handshake Naming System (HNS)

Starting since version 1.30, the Mac, Linux, and Windows Private Internet Access (PIA) desktop clients have come with the ability to change the selected Name Server from PIA’s Domain Name System (DNS) servers to using one of PIA’s Handshake Name System (HNS) servers. Once this setting is changed, you’ll be well on your way to … Continue reading “Private Internet Access users can now resolve internet names with the Handshake Naming System (HNS)”

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A Serious Concern About Post-Quantum Cryptography and Strength Targets

I have been writing a number of articles about the state of the NIST post-quantum cryptography competition, with short summaries on the projects and what they are all about. What I haven’t talked about is the structure of the competition, and my concerns about the inclusion of relative “strength targets” for the new algorithms to … Continue reading “A Serious Concern About Post-Quantum Cryptography and Strength Targets”

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