Hey! I'm David, a security engineer at the Blockchain team of Facebook, previously a security consultant for the Cryptography Services of NCC Group. I'm also the author of the Real World Cryptography book. This is my blog about cryptography and security and other related topics that I find interesting.

# To_print posted March 2016

I have this list of papers that is accumulating in a folder. After an idea of @gtank I decided to print the whole (~150 two-sided pages) and go to my local UPS store to bind it for ~8\$.

I'm not posting the pdf I printed here, but I made it with pdfjoin --paper letterpaper --rotateoversize false *, could have used pdfbook to make it smaller but after printing a few pages I felt that it would be too small for my weary eyes (now I sound like an old bag).

here's the list of the papers I printed. They all seem like you can print them without going to jail.

Well done! You've reached the end of my post. Now you can leave me a comment or read something else.

#### Dan

I believe the best URL for the Barak paper on Obfuscation is now: http://cacm.acm.org/magazines/2016/3/198855-hopes-fears-and-software-obfuscation/pdf

Thanks for sharing your to_print list; please publish another one in ~3 months or however long it takes to save up another 10-20 articles!

#### David

ah right, the url I linked too doesn't work anymore, thanks!

I doubt I will do that every 3 months though ^^ This one will take a long time for me to read.

#### sorry, please ignore.<br/>want to test for xss

sorry, please ignore.<br/>want to test for xss

#### nice! xss doesn't work

however you should use different captchas :)

#### david

I'll wait for the day a bot will be able to avoid my simple antispam. (the day someone will choose to manually target my website).