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My company has been building applications and services using public-key cryptography since the 1990s, but we haven’t been able to deploy them in web browsers without plugins until now. The Web Cryptography API makes it feasible to perform the necessary cryptography in the browser, but there are still significant challenges in building a real application around it. This talk comes from our work to do just that.
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As the CTO of Info Tech, Inc., Charles Engelke led the effort to bring sealed bidding to the Internet, which requires public key cryptography to maintain the seal and provide digital signatures. As a result, native code solutions have handled more than US $1 trillion in US state highway and bridge construction bids so far. He is now working with a team to develop browser-based bidding software that uses the Web Cryptography API.
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