This is a collection of interesting links, that
I have discovered, not in any particular order. - Digging Police Tech with Open Source - Code-based key encapsulation mechanism - A minimalistic SSH server - Open-source quantum-resistant cryptography - Daniel J. Bernstein's Website! - The McElice Cryptosystem - Privacy friendly AI - OpenPgP for phones - Secure messaging and file-sharing - Cryptographic Key Length Recomendation - Close source your python code! - Resources for gathering information - Reverse engineering framework by the NSA! You Have Been Warned! - Traffic management, policy enforcement, and telemetry collection - Helping the Chinese people (and not the government) with human rights - Operator makes useable tools to help people around the world with censorship, security, and privacy. - Non-profit dedicated to securing open source apps - Cryptographic Infrastructure for Privacy-Preserving Applications - TLS Illustrated - Useful Crypto calculators that use WebAssembly - Set of Crypto tools that come handy during CTFs - Encryption for Cloud Data - C/C++ implementation of the Number Field Sieve algorithm - Nice security Blog

p.s. Neither am I getting paid by the aforementioned organisations NOR am I trying to.