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Javascript Crypto. Ugly duckling with good reason?

Martin Bo├člet(00:25:38) Binoculars Image

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So you probably have heard that Javascript cryptography is to be considered "harmful". Is it now? Let's take a closer look at why it has such a bad rep, but also at how recent events and developments such as PRISM, asm.js and the W3C Web Cryptography API may dramatically change the odds. Find out why privacy and, as a consequence, cryptography, may influence your future even if you "got nothing to hide"!