I’m new to the forum and new to holding MAID as I’ve thought the project will fail because it was trying to solve too many problems at a time(similar to Ethereum), but recently I’ve had more time to take a closer look at the project and at the community and together I think we have a chance to truly have a safe+uncensored internet, a place we could call home like how the internet was before all these big corporations took over it and made it centralized and a money sucking machine instead of a free world of the mind how the founding fathers hoped it will be, so I want MAID to succeed and to create a world of our own.
I know rust is a memory-safe programming language but recently I’ve stumbled over:
The people in the community that are related to cybersecurity will sure know about afl and how great it is at fuzzing open-source projects for different kind of vulnerabilities, so I want to know what do the developers of this project think about us as a community to start fuzzing the project before the MVP, while we still have time to build everything on a strong foundation instead of patching vulnerabilities each week/month as a lot of companies do these days?
Another question I have is if selfrando can be added to SAFE to improve upon ASLR without much run-time overhead?
And I want to say a big thank you to the team for the all hard work and time they put into this project and if I’m wrong please correct me:)
Just my 2cents, peace and love!