On Tue, Sep 17, 2019 at 5:03 PM Pete Maynard <pete(a)port22.co.uk> wrote:
Apologies, didn't see this in my email client. (I am loving HyperKitty
No worries I am buried in email. If you ever need any extra, hit me up :D.
> Will you be covering both server and client set up?
Yep I plan too.
> ... Is Wireguard ready? ..
The fact that modern crypto is supported by default along with a
mathematical verification of the implementation are two very important
things from my point of view. More software should be verified mathematical
to prevent some classes of errors, and so we know that it is working as it
However, I don't have to maintain operations for any company and can't say
I'd accept the potential risk of using a new-ish software. I can say that
personally I'd use wireguard over other VPN implementations for three
reasons: 1) Modern Crypto 2) Formally Verified 3) Small Code Base. Hope
that sheds some light on it.
This does. I think this would be a good thing to call out in the article
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