Decided to try it out in a few other impls: https://bheesham.com/blog/2019-01-12-weird-behaviour-with-different-implementations-of-js.html
I found a weird thing in JS implementations: https://gist.github.com/bheesham/d86be37abfaa388a0ee1bfac62c50bba
I wonder what Guile does differently.
The Tor 0.3.5 series includes several new features and performance improvements, including client authorization for v3 onion services, cleanups to bootstrap reporting, experimental support for NSS in place of OpenSSL, and more: https://blog.torproject.org/new-releases-tor-0357-03410-and-03311
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Hm, apparently #letsencrypt now provides mor than 50% of the web certificates.
On one hand: FUCKING AWESOME.
On the other: Shit. They're getting very powerful and we are centralizing our trust. I think we could reallu use 2-3 new orgs like Letsencrypt, with similar technology and mission statement, but entirely independent.
Are there any out there yet?
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