Cryptography Development Services
Need a Cryptography coder for your project? You definitely came to the relevant vendor. “Echo” offers IT staffing services and project based development. We gladly help you to find the appropriate worker or a team for remote work. All our programmers are accomplished specialists skilled in creating customized applications using the up-to-date techs, including CRYPTOGRAPHY, Socket.io, Sails.js, Elasticsearch, Vue.js, Jasmine, Groovy, Heroku, Python, Visualforce, ADO.NET. You can also choose us as a Cryptography development provider and delegate full-cycle development services to us.
WHY YOU SHOULD WORK WITH US :
- Talanted Ukrainian coders with more than 5 yrs of industry experience.
- Employee retention best practices to make sure your coders stay happy.
- Personal account managers to assure effective cooperation.
- Adjustable contract with predictable monthly invoicing.
We help you accelerate your projects by providing proved Cryptography programmers who can contribute to your side and immediately start delivering excellent service. Get in touch with us and check out the resumes of software engineers available for employment at the moment. Also, you can read “Cryptography Developer Salary in the US and UK compare to Ukraine” to reveal the true cost of hiring.
TOP5 Cryptography Programmers in February 2018
1 Oleg E.,Age: 28, E-mail: email@example.com,
Skills: Python, C, Cryptography
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2 Paul P.,Age: 29, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org,
Skills: Python, HTML/CSS, HTML5/CSS3, Python (Django), SQL, Cryptography, ElasticSearch
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3 Igor S.,Age: 23, E-mail: email@example.com,
Skills: Python, C++, Cryptography
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4 Artem G.,Age: 31, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org,
Skills: C++, Cryptography
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5 Yevgen B.,Age: 25, E-mail: email@example.com,
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Questions and Answers related to Cryptography Development
“The field is developing faster than ever. Since cryptography values safety, security and consistency over ‘new and shiny’ this might not be for the best. However as you correctly observed, it has reached some level of maturity, so now instead of making great strides forward it is making more strides sideways: Developing new applications for existing stuff, getting the details right and finding and fixing weaknesses…”
“There is not an encryption algorithm called “128–bit” but rather it is referring to the relative strength of the algorithm. There are a lot of factors that go into whether an algorithm is strong or not and this is just one part of it. If deployed correctly it will provide you with enough strength to withstand most attacks that a normal person could expect to experience. If it is not deployed properly then 1024 bit encryption will fail you eventually…”
“It depends on how sensitive is the data. Having decryption keys (either symmetric key or private key) on the same host with DB is a bad call. In case that host is compromised, your entire DB is as good as plaintext. Even if you use application layer crypto, it won’t be hard to reverse engineer what exact algorithm(s) were used, and your DB is as good as plaintext again. What I would do is to generate a strong keypair…”
“If you have a crypto library (e.g. Bouncy Castle), then calling it from Java is fine. It’s easier to avoid buffer overflows than with C/C++, but it’s slightly trickier to make sure that sensitive data is truly erased. As for actually implementing cryptographic primitives, Java isn’t terrible but I’d recommend C or C++ instead. Achieving protection against side channels (eg timing attacks) and achieving good performance require very careful control over what the computer is doing, and many algorithms require more control over the system than Java provides.”
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