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Advocating “Obscurity Pockets” as a Complement to Security. Part II. Deployment Scenarios, More Crypto-Primitives, and Obscurity-Pocket-As-Security

Quote: “In other words – such an Obscured RNG would protect us from Debian RNG disaster(!)”
Another Quote: “such a protocol (if properly deployed on the Server Side) – would defeat Heartbleed too (even if all the details of the Client are known)”

Advocating “Obscurity Pockets” as a Complement to Security. Part I. Definition and Benefits.

Quote: “In a hypothetical world where attackers would need to create a unique attack script for each system attacked – such an economy would be a non-starter.”
Another Quote: “If all the people would be the same – pandemics such as Black Death would easily take the whole humankind down; it is diversity among humans which allowed us to survive.”

Ultimate DB Heresy: Single Writing DB Connection. Part II. Gradual Scalability. All the way from no-scale to perfect-scale.

Quote: “And after this split of USERS table, the system has achieved perfectly linear scalability.”
Another Quote: “Start with a simple single-write-connection DB, with reporting running off the same DB”

Ultimate DB Heresy: Single Modifying DB Connection. Part I. Performance (Part II. Scalability to follow)

Quote: “Dealing with transaction isolation is very far from being a picnic”
Another Quote: “One of such real-world systems was consistently processing over 30M real-world write transactions/day over one single DB connection, supporting ~100K simultaneous players.”

Asynchronous Processing for Finite State Machines/Actors: from plain event processing to Futures (with OO and Lambda Call Pyramids in between)

Quote: “With ‘callback pyramid’ it is not easy to express the concept of ‘wait for more than one thing to complete’ , which leads to unnecessary sequencing, adding to latencies (which may or may not be a problem for your purposes, but still a thing to keep in mind).”
Another Quote: “Don’t even think of converting all of your code to a so-called Continuation-Passing-Style”