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Hi there, I'm Glenn - aka @grempe 👋

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I'm a Husband, Father, Developer, and the Founder & CEO of Truestamp (on GitHub @truestamp)!!

  • 🌱 I’m currently growing Truestamp 🤣
  • 👯 I’m focused on the intersection of Privacy, Security, Cryptography, and Integrity
  • 🥅 2022 Goals: Help my customers improve the integrity of their most valuable data
  • Fun fact: My vehicle license plate has a cryptography reference. I think it confuses most who see it

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    Forked from yesiamben/diceware

    A tool for generating strong Diceware passwords, with entropy and crack time estimates.

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    ExRated, the Elixir OTP GenServer with the naughty name that allows you to rate-limit calls to any service that requires it.

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    A Ruby implementation of Threshold Secret Sharing (Shamir) as defined in IETF Internet-Draft draft-mcgrew-tss-03.txt

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  6. secrets.js Public

    Forked from amper5and/secrets.js

    Secret sharing for javascript

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Contribution activity

August 2022

Created an issue in weisrc/sirdez that received 15 comments

Calling 'fromBytes' after calling 'toBytes' returns tainted data

I'm trying to understand a strange behavior I observed. I ran into this when I started seeing ghost data show up in my application. It would seem t…

14 contributions in private repositories Aug 1 – Aug 14

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