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CH Cingulata: Run C++ code over encrypted data with fully homomorphic encryption

Cingulata (pronounced “tchingulata”) is a compiler toolchain and RTE for running C++ programs over encrypted data by means of fully homomorphic encryption techniques. Currently, an in-house implementation of the B/FV scheme and the TFHE library are supported. The toolchain is formerly known as the Armadillo toolchain and was introduced in this paper. For more details,…

CH All-in-One DNS block list

ad.porn.malware blocking. This repository consolidates several reputable filters, and merges them into couple of protection packs with duplicates and dead/inactive domains removed. A variety of tailored packs are provided. A Trio Project with ❤ from Bangladesh, India & Zanzibar. Features hosts based: based on hosts file, all the bad stuffs blocked with 0.0.0.0 any device:…

CH Ask HN: Side projects that are making money, but you’d not talk about them

One night in 2013 I had this stupid idea that people would start searching google for “who is retargeting me” just like they do with “what's my ip” — I've created in 30 minutes, but the domain whoisretargeting.me and put Google Ads. It's made €7000 in 7 years. (1) Do you have projects like this?(1)…

CH I made a font based on my handwriting

Python+FontForge+Org: I made a font based on my handwriting! Posted on June 5th, 2020 by Sacha Chua More posts about: emacs, geek, org Tags: fontforge, fonts, python // 4 Comments » I wanted to make a font based on my handwriting using only free software. It turns out that FontForge can be scripted with Python.…

CH eBay is port scanning visitors to their website

There’s a story going around the internet about Ebay port scanning its visitors without any permission or even indication that it’s happening (without digging into the browser’s developer tools) – it’s absolutely true. But why are they doing it, and what is Ebay doing with the data it collects? I took a peek into the…

CH Unicode-based scientific plotting for working in the terminal

Advanced Unicode plotting library designed for use in Julia’s REPL. High-level Interface There are a couple of ways to generate typical plots without much verbosity. Here is a list of the main high-level functions for common scenarios: Scatterplot Lineplot Staircase Plot Barplot (horizontal) Histogram (horizontal) Boxplot (horizontal) Sparsity Pattern Density Plot Heatmap Here is a…

CH Jurassic Park Dinosaurs Illustrated with Modern Science

How has our understanding of the Jurassic Park dinosaurs progessed over time? To start, I will say do not consider in-universe explanations on why the animals look the way they do in the films because this is irrelevant. The point of this article is to explore what we have learned about dinosaurs since the Jurassic…

CH Patent on displaying SQL data in HTML, granted to IBM in 1998

BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION1. Field of the Invention This invention relates in general to database management systems performed by computers, and in particular, to a method and apparatus for accessing a relational database over the Internet using macro language files. 2. Description of Related Art With the fast growing popularity of the Internet and the…

CH Wirecard offices searched as prosecutors probe management board

Wirecard’s headquarters were searched by police on Friday after Munich prosecutors launched a criminal investigation against chief executive Markus Braun and the payment group’s three other executive board members. In a statement on Friday, Munich prosecutors said that the search followed a criminal complaint submitted a few days earlier by BaFin, Germany’s financial watchdog. The complaint…

CH Sol – a sunny little virtual machine (2012)

During this weekend, together with a few evenings earlier this week, I created a rather simple virtual machine dubbed “Sol”, after the Swedish word for “sun”. I’ve read a lot about VM design and I’m into stuff like OS design, programming languages and other seeminlgy obscure and nerdy stuff surrounding the concept of a computer…

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