Recommended read: Five Anti-Patterns with Secrets in Java https://developer.okta.com/blog/2021/12/14/antipatterns-secrets-java
I'm a tech guy and I can say with confidence I've lost every private key I've ever held within three years or so. Excited to see this important technology go mainstream with no recourse and tied to real assets. Please share your own stories in the comments!
Post detailsOne of the most significant side-effects of the rise of crypto is we're *finally* giving everyone a public/private key pair What cypherpunks had tried unsuccessfully to do for yrs w/ ideology is happening w/ crypto incentives This has *far* reaching consequences warning long🧵
brantly.eth (@BrantlyMillegan)Mon, 03 May 2021 17:26 +0000
Pinboard (@Pinboard)Sun, 28 Nov 2021 01:32 GMT
Recommended read: Driftwood: Know if Private Keys are Sensitive — Truffle Security https://trufflesecurity.com/blog/driftwood
This is a really interesting post to hear how some other folks in a similar environment to us manage their secrets.
It's always cool to see how other folks are doing similar things, anyway, and as usual, Monzo have a great blog post.
Recommended read: How our security team handle secrets https://monzo.com/blog/2019/10/11/how-our-security-team-handle-secrets/
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