Google Tests Crypto Software Vulnerabilities With Project Wycheproof

A group of Google security researchers has come up with a way to test cryptographic software libraries for bugs. This security test is called Project Wycheproof, and is named after the smallest mountain in the world, Mount Wycheproof.

The said mountain in Australia is just 237 meters above sea level. Google has named the project after the said mountain because it is small in scope, and because the “smaller the mountain, the easier it is to climb it.” In its latest blog post, Google has acknowledged that Project Wycheproof is not yet complete, and is currently a work in progress.

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