I am interested in using Meteor for a new platform project but we need to encrypt data at rest. It seems mylar can solve our problems but I need to know more about its current state. Is it stable, what is its future, who is using it, etc. Any info would be appreicated
I would appreciate some insight into this, also, please.
@razvansky could you run the example with the introduced package? could any one run the example with that package? creating a project with the code of this repository example and using the Mylar platform package encounter with some rare errors and not working properly
@fmehralian no practical example yet. Only theoretically I understand how it is supposed to work and understood the code. I'll be working on getting this running in end of the month hopefully.
@strikeout the project that you linked has been abandoned
Is this one stable?
Raluca Ada Popa
@channel@strikeout@LDubya@ionescu77@fmehralian@jamesdwilson@chafey Hi all, I am Raluca, the lead author on the Mylar paper. I am looking for a Meteor developer with an interest in security. I am a professor at UC Berkeley and I am looking for this developer in the quality of graduate student or researcher or part-time/full-time developer. We're looking to create a new system that strives for even stronger security guarantees than Mylar, the next generation Mylar. Please let me know if you are interested or you know someone interested.
@ralucaadapopa_twitter Hi Raluca, thank you for Mylar in the first place. I am sticking with python/django for now. I gave a try 1y ago to meteor, but for me it was yet too experimental (to many changes between meteor releases). maybe somebody here has more meteor experience. Albeit the topic meteor security would be of interest to me.
Aron van Ammers
@YUFENGWANG yep :smile:
anybody use mylar now?
I am do a research in mylar these days
but I found it haven't been updated for almost two years
I have followed instructions on the github repo , but I cannot make it
appreciate for any reply, thx a lot.
Hi all! I'm trying to use Mylar, but I can't really get it to work. I'm also a bit confused, which version I should use. Is the strikeout/mylar project the most recent one or this one: https://github.com/fractal-code/mylar ? I've added the mylar package with the command "meteor add mylar:platform" to a test project and followed the instructions, while also looking into what has been done in the example Chatroom Project. However, when I try to perform any kind of action on one of my collections (besides users, which was added by meteor and modified by mylar) I get the error: TypeError: LocalCollection._idParse is not a function. Has anybody else encountered this problem?