Stop the Spies – OpenSSL 1.1.1 Fundraiser

UPDATE: We are now 81% funded! Keep spreading the word! Matched donations by DuckDuckGo on Crowdrise here: https://www.crowdrise.com/o/en/campaign/ostif1/ostif Ways to contribute for FREE: https://ostif.org/how-to-contribute-to-ostif-for-free/ Donate using a huge number of options here: https://ostif.org/donate What are we working on? OpenSSL powers everything. 70% of the top million websites use OpenSSL to provide encryption services to their visitors and to encrypt user information.

OpenSSL 1.1.1 Fundraiser – 2nd Round of Funding

Double Your Donations With CrowdRise Today, we begin our second round of funding in partnership with DuckDuckGo, who will be matching Crowdrise donations for the next four weeks! You can view the Crowdrise campaign and donate here to have your donation matched (doubled): https://www.crowdrise.com/o/en/campaign/ostif1/ OpenSSL 1.1.1 Project Changes We have made changes to the proposed OpenSSL project to

OSTIF Financial Report for FY2017

2017 Financial Report for the Open Source Technology Improvement Fund, Inc. In 2017 OSTIF experienced substantial growth, and expanded our reach to multiple new areas of computing and software safety. We conducted an audit of OpenVPN 2.4.0 in partnership with QuarksLab and launched our bug bounty program. This document is intended to inform our donors and

OSTIF is Working with Monero Research Lab on Bulletproofs

OSTIF is Working with Monero Research Lab on Bulletproofs We are happy to announce that we have been working with the Monero project to help them locate auditing resources for Bulletproofs. This code review is to evaluate the safety of the implementation of Bulletproofs into Monero, which promises to dramatically reduce transaction sizes for Monero,