"Don't write your own crypto" is good advice, but it does lead to a situation where a flaw in That One Crypto Library exposes everyone, everywhere, all at once. There's a lot to be learned from biological ecosystems here. I don't know what the optimal number of crypto implementations is, but it's not one.
Maybe we can get them to have sex and let combinatorics provide a huge moving target.
@dl “don’t write your own crypto” isn’t about writing implementations of known good cryptographic primitives but rather inventing new primitives without peer review
@dl but then some library mother can expect too much from her library daughter, and then her library daughter may try to encrypt all the data in the world with a crypto donut!
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