Blog: Terse Systems


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Key Managers and Key Stores
There's several different things going on in TLS, and the way that Java handles it with JSSE (Java Secure Socket Extension) is involved. The...
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09-09-2018 07:23:05 Terse Systems Advanced
Building Java Keystores
Building Java KeyStores is still a pain. I ran into this head on years ago, and even wrote some documentation but wanted to give it another ...
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29-07-2018 07:55:23 Terse Systems Advanced
Debug Java TLS/SSL Provider
I've written wrappers for Java's X509TrustManager and X509KeyManager classes, and added a Provider so that you can get it hooked into the sy...
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27-07-2018 19:10:43 Terse Systems Advanced
Responsibility Tracking in Ocaps
I just released version 0.2.0 of ocaps. There's lots more documentation. There are even some diagrams in the introduction now, and I'll have...
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22-07-2018 00:18:17 Terse Systems Advanced
Security in Scala: Using Object Capabilities
I presented Security in Scala at Scaladays NYC last Wednesday, and showed off ocaps, a small library of macros and utility classes for worki...
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25-06-2018 22:08:51 Terse Systems Advanced
Upgrading to Octopress 3
I thought it might be useful to show how I set up the blog with Octopress 3 as Daniel Westhinde expressed an interest. Octopress was a reall...
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10-06-2018 18:01:32 Terse Systems Advanced
Redefining java.lang.System with Byte Buddy
The previous post talked about using Java's SecurityManager to prevent attackers from gaining access to sensitive resources. This is complic...
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19-01-2016 20:56:20 Terse Systems Advanced
Sandbox Experiment
TL;DR: Most implementations using SecurityManager as a sandbox mechanism can be circumvented. Either declare a security policy as a system p...
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30-12-2015 02:12:15 Terse Systems Advanced
Closing the Open Door of Java Object Serialization
TL;DR This is a long blog post, so please read carefully and all the way through before you come up with objections as to why it s not so se...
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23-12-2015 20:54:27 Terse Systems Advanced
The Right Way to Use SecureRandom
How do you generate a secure random number in JDK 1.8? It depends. The default: 1 2 3 SecureRandom random = new SecureRandom(); byte[] value...
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23-12-2015 14:09:26 Terse Systems Advanced


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