[cryptography] Auditing the mobile shell's secure datagram protocol

Maarten Billemont lhunath at lyndir.com
Tue May 20 11:51:30 EDT 2014

mosh (the mobile shell) is an interesting alternative to (open)ssh and
actually uses it for authentication but its main data stream goes over UDP
and is secured using a custom AES-based datagram protocol.  The code and
spec is all open, has been looked over, but at their own admittance has
never gotten a fair "experts review".

What would be the process to get an open public security review going for a
project such as mosh?

*Maarten Billemont* (lhunath)
me: http://www.lhunath.com – business: http://www.lyndir.comhttp://masterpasswordapp.com
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