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Protecting Accounts from Credential Stuffing

At USENIX Security 2019, researchers from Google and Stanford presented a paper which details how they help users safely identify when their credentials have been seen in a previous breach. In this post, Duo Labs walks through how the novel approach works and why it's an improvement over existing protocols.

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Introduction to the Noise Protocol Framework

Noise is a framework that can be used to construct secure channel protocols. In this post, Duo Labs dives in to the Noise state machine, handshake patterns, and the ways that can be combined to produce secure protocols.

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