Good ciphers in OpenJDK 10

Posted on December 11, 2018 in Java • 1 min read

Until recently, I didn't know the list of supported Cipher Suites in OpenJDK is widely different between JDK versions. I used getSupportedCipherSuites() on OpenJDK 10 to get the following list, and check the strength of encryption.

My criteria is:

  1. At least 128bit.
  2. No NULL ciphers.
  3. No anonymous auth ciphers.

Then …


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2nd Denousen: Abe vs. Shueso

Posted on March 24, 2013 in Shogi • 2 min read

The 2nd Shogi Denousen has began. This is the first cut-throat match between top-notch professional Shogi players(yes, there are such people) and the best crop of computer Shogi engines, 5 on 5.

Shogi is a distant cousin of Chess. Unlike Chess, you may re-use captured pieces anywhere on the …


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Recipe for Debian Haskell packaging

Posted on March 21, 2013 in Debian • 2 min read

The following is what I usually do when I want to debianize a Haskell stuff from Hackage. This is a personal recipe, by no means official procedure or such. I may be wrong, badly at that.

  1. Check pkg-haskell repository whether your intended package already exists or not. Somebody might work …


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Snow, Baby, Snow

Posted on January 14, 2013 in Life • 1 min read

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It rarely snows these days in Tokyo. Until now.


Toying with Octopress

Posted on October 24, 2012 in Blogging • 1 min read

Well, now you see...

(Note: I gave up Octopress for Pelican/Hugo in 2017)