Qvault’s Lead Engineer Interviewed on “Running in Production”

Check out the following podcast: https://runninginproduction.com/podcast/6-qvault-is-an-open-source-tool-to-manage-passwords-and-crypto-keys Before I begin, I must give thanks to Nick for having me on the show! In this episode of Running in Production, I talk with Nick about how we built Qvault, an open-source password manager that specializes in cryptocurrency. Qvault uses Electron and has a Serverless component that uses Golang. It’s all hosted on AWS. …

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Randomness and Entropy in Node and Electron

Randomness is a hard problem for computers. For this reason most functions that generate randomness are not considered cryptographically secure. That means that it is possible that an attacker can take a good guess at what number a non-secure randomness generator generated. How can randomness be attacked? Many non-secure randomness (or entropy) generators would do something similar to the following: …