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This talk is a primer in modern cryptographic best practices, supporting them by examples of recent breaks and vulnerability disclosures.
With cryptographic failures showing up every other day in security news, and placing #2 in the "OWASP top 10" web application security list, we want to show why apparently innocuous mistakes can make things go disastrously wrong.
We plan to dedicate a part of the talk to open discussion, gathering feedback from developers and maintainer of open source cryptography, with the long term plan of building an high-level cryptographic library that should make developing new cryptographic protocols easier and more secure.