ChiPy __Main__ Meeting


When: Jan. 13, 2022, 6 p.m.

Where: Remote Meeting


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Current Attendance:
Virtual Pythonistas: 16

Topics


  • mTLS with Python
    By: Joe Jasinski
    Experience Level: Intermediate
    Length: 15 Minutes
    Description:

    While TLS is foundational to our security and privacy on the internet, Mutual TLS (mTLS) takes TLS to a new level by allowing both client and server to authenticate each other. This talk will provide a brief overview of TLS, describe how mTLS builds upon TLS, will show a practical Python example of how mTLS works, and discuss how service meshes and other technologies use mTLS to secure communication between services.

  • SSH Can Do That? All the Things You Didn't Know About SSH
    By: Mason Egger
    Experience Level: Novice
    Length: 30 Minutes
    Description:

    Need to access resources on a closed network? Create a secure tunnel to an insecure site? SSH has you covered. Many of us use SSH every day and only scratch the surface. In this talk, we'll dive into little-known features of SSH such as user and host configurations, security measures, tunnels, and more. Attendees will learn how to configure SSH to meet their needs, how to utilize SSH to access and protect resources, and realize their everyday tools, like SSH, have much more functionality that is perceived.