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Assuring Crypto-code with Automated Reasoning
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| by Aaron Tomb Follow 0 Followers on Apr 13, 2017 |

Aaron Tomb describes the capabilities and operation of some open source tools that allow developers to conclusively and largely automatically determine whether a low-level cryptographic implementation exactly matches a higher-level mathematical specification. He focusses on work they have done to integrate these tools into the continuous integration system of Amazon's s2n implementation of TLS.

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Aaron Tomb works as a Research Lead, Software Correctness at Galois. He leads projects focused on applied formal methods, with a particular emphasis on the verification of cryptographic software.

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