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In July, Heilman and the DCI researchers disclosed an alleged vulnerability in Curl that, they said, would effectively let anyone forge IOTA transactions. The IOTA developers wrote back that the researchers had
, saying, for example, that the possibility of finding cryptographic collisions—the point at which a cryptographic function is
generally considered broken
—was intentional. According to IOTA cofounder Sergey Ivancheglo, the “practical attack” demonstrated by the DCI researchers
only works in a limited number of improbable situations
that would affect a negligible number of IOTA users, mostly thanks to a closed-source and centralized solution called the “
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” that helps secure the network. Because the Coordinator is closed-source, Heilman and the MIT researchers couldn’t account for its effect on their attacks. The IOTA team also complained that the flaws identified in Curl by the DCI team were actually “anti-scam copycat mechanisms” in case someone tried to steal IOTA’s code, somehow.
that the teams failed to arrive at a consensus regarding the nature or reality of the vulnerabilities in Curl. Eventually, the conversation degenerated to insults. IOTA co-founder David Sønstebø accused Heilman of “pushing this for his own gain,” asked Narula if she was sober, and wondered “what kind of academic rushes to the press before peer review?” Narula wrote on August 5, “If anyone personally insults a member of my team, we will have to cease communication.”
On August 7, IOTA changed its hash function from Curl to Keccak citing the upcoming DCI publication, and a month later Heilman and the DCI researchers published their work.
“We made it very clear at the beginning of the email chain that if they stopped being professional and civil we would cease communication,” the DCI team wrote Motherboard in an email. “They stopped being professional and civil.”
Now that the conversations that led to the algorithm change have been made public, high-profile cryptographers have urged people to avoid IOTA based on how the team responded to Heilman and the DCI researchers’ attempt at disclosure. One popular cryptocurrency investing Twitter account, “360Trader”
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that it would never buy IOTA, adding, “When the cryptographers are telling everybody to leave... well…” On the other hand, cryptocurrency fans have
come to IOTA’s defense
because the current Keccak algorithm is thought to be safe.
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The Maven plugin adds support for deploying artifacts to Maven repositories.
To use the Maven plugin, include the following in your build script:
Example: Using the Maven plugin
The Maven plugin defines the following tasks:
Maven plugin - tasks
The Maven plugin does not define any dependency configurations.
The Maven plugin defines the following convention properties:
The maven plugin provides a factory method for creating a POM. This is useful if you need a POM without the context of uploading to a Maven repo.
Example: Creating a standalone pom.
Amongst other things, Gradle supports the same builder syntax as polyglot Maven. To learn more about the Gradle Maven POM object, see
. See also:
With Gradle you can deploy to remote Maven repositories or install to your local Maven repository. This includes all Maven metadata manipulation and works also for Maven snapshots. In fact, Gradle’s deployment is 100 percent Maven compatible as we use the native Maven Ant tasks under the hood.
Deploying to a Maven repository is only half the fun if you don’t have a POM. Fortunately Gradle can generate this POM for you using the dependency information it has.
Let’s assume your project produces just the default jar file. Now you want to deploy this jar file to a remote Maven repository.
Example: Upload of file to remote Maven repository
That is all. Calling the
task will generate the POM and deploys the artifact and the POM to the specified repository.
There is more work to do if you need support for protocols other than
. In this case the native Maven code we delegate to needs additional libraries. Which libraries are needed depends on what protocol you plan to use. The available protocols and the corresponding libraries are listed in
(those libraries have transitive dependencies which have transitive dependencies).
For example, to use the ssh protocol you can do:
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