If you're looking for a chance to get paid to write meaningful open source software, here's one of those rare opportunities. Fully remote.

We're hiring additional software engineers to join the SecureDrop team, an open source platform to protect journalists & whistleblowers. Our posting outlines the specific skillsets we're looking for:

freedom.press/jobs/sr-software

If this describes you, please get in touch! Happy to answer questions.

@eloquence my experience with washpo's use was awful in that they outsourced me to an intel community insider who wanted to make some money for his law firm and silence me by launching a qui tam with the government option to then get a gag order, rather than any of their own journalists. However the problem was not secure drop itself, but the organization misusing it... That being said, this seems fascinating...

@eloquence things that keep me awake at night include #signal's crappy #électron based desktop client. While it uses a sqlcipher db, it stores the key used in the clear on the filesystem. That seems awfully forensic friendly. And they prefer aes256 with the originally mandated and now known defective 14 round key scheduler, rather than 28 rounds...

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@tychosoft @eloquence What?! Ok, I think I’m gonna stick to the mobile app then.

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