Posted: 2019-01-19 16:01:55 by Alasdair Keyes
I think I've linked to Computerphile videos in the past, but they definitely deserve it's own post.
Computerphile is a Youtube channel created (I believe) some staff/faculty at Nottingham University.
They release regular videos for both beginners and experts, explaining everything from how recently announced vulnerabilities work, through to low-level assembly and CPU operations. It's taught me a lot e.g. how Face ID works and how double-ratchet message encryption is employed to keep tools like Whatsapp and Signal secure, to name just two.
If it's the kind of thing that tickles your fancy it's quite a rabbit hole so wait until you have a spare Sunday afternoon and get to it.
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