[liberationtech] What I've learned from Cryptocat

Uncle Zzzen unclezzzen at gmail.com
Sat Aug 4 12:06:39 PDT 2012

https://crypto.cat will soon stop being a web-based service, and will
only exist as a browser extension.
The question is, what should future web-app developers do if they need
crypto? Rewrite all crypto primitives from scratch [and hope there's
enough interest in reviewing the code], then let users install yet
another extension?

I believe there's a better solution. I've posted something about it. I
hope some of you would  find it interesting.

The Dod
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