The microblog: 2022.06.30 18:23:03

2022.06.30 18:23:03 (1542544250620891138) from Daniel J. Bernstein, replying to "loganaden velvindron (@loganaden_42)" (1542398071837171712):

There's some deployment already, yes. That's an exception to NIST's power to give away user data to attackers via delaying standardization. But at the moment most wheels in the broader ecosystem are sitting idle, waiting to spin up until NIST takes action.


2022.06.30 03:47:31 (1542323916458192896) from Daniel J. Bernstein:

We're now up to a solid half year of delay in post-quantum standardization, apparently because NIST picked a new design in the middle of a patent minefield and was somehow confident it could instantly buy its way out of the minefield. Half a year of data given away to attackers.

2022.06.30 08:42:11 (1542398071837171712) from "loganaden velvindron (@loganaden_42)":

Meanwhile implementers such as openssh have moved ahead with Hybrid pq ...