HTTPS, SSL, SSH, PGP are terms most people know that they are somehow related to encryption. But how does it work? During this talk you will find out why even the most complex encryption algorithms used today are based on very simple concepts. We will dive into the basics of public key encryption, how it works and together with some (simple) examples, give you some insight on encryption in general. And who the heck are Alice and Bob anyway?
C, php, perl, python (p^3), asm: you name it, we code it.. Does magic things with linux too... bio from Twitter
Joshua Thijssen is a freelance consultant, developer and system administrator. His daily work consists of maintaining code bases, working on different projects and helping other to achieve higher standards in both coding and thinking. His passion lies in high-end and complex internet systems and clusters, code optimization, server administration and fine-tuning. His programming skills includes (but is not limited to) assembly, C, C++, Java, Perl, Python and PHP and has experience on a wide range of operating systems. One of his specialties is fine tuning MySQL databases and queries. His personal tech blog can be found on http://www.adayinthelifeof.nl
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