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Write concept article for crypto channels (e.g. Noise and TLS) #19

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yusefnapora opened this issue Mar 6, 2019 · 4 comments
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Write concept article for crypto channels (e.g. Noise and TLS) #19

yusefnapora opened this issue Mar 6, 2019 · 4 comments

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@yusefnapora yusefnapora commented Mar 6, 2019

We should cover how libp2p's support for encrypted communication works, from the negotiation process (link to multistream concept article) to the specific implementations (secio, tls, etc).

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@MousyBusiness MousyBusiness commented Dec 8, 2020

We should cover how libp2p's support for encrypted communication works, from the negotiation process (link to multistream concept article) to the specific implementations (secio, tls, etc).

Is there information on this anywhere? I'm really stuggling to piece together how libp2p works in production from these examples.

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@frink frink commented Jun 30, 2021

Shouldn't this now be about noise instead of secio?

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@mxinden mxinden changed the title Write concept article for crypto channels (secio) Write concept article for crypto channels (e.g. Noise and TLS) Jun 30, 2021
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@mxinden mxinden commented Jun 30, 2021

Shouldn't this now be about noise instead of secio?

Correct. Updated the title.

Would you be interested in contributing such doc @frink? I am happy to help.

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@frink frink commented Jul 14, 2021

Sorry I don't have time right now.

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