Take Back Control - Introducing Veilid

Presented by: Bill Sempf

Veilid is an open-source, peer-to-peer, mobile-first, networked application framework. It allows developers to build private, distributed, scalable social applications containing and sharing a user's personal content without data collection by third parties being of concern. Built by Cult of the Dead Cow, a famous hacking collective, it was released at DEFCON 31. You'll learn how Veilid works and how to develop applications using the framework. There will be some technical details, and lots of code in various languages. You'll walk in wondering what the heck I'm talking about, and leave inspired to give your users the ability to keep third party trackers out of their stuff.

Tags: Python, Rust, Mobile, Security, CloudLevel: Intermediate