Koa.js is the way to go in this case
Aug 20 2019
Aug 17 2019
First initialize a TLS based websocket connection between browser and server. In addition encrypt the files using AES-GCM 256. Key to encrypt files is computed using ECDH P-384. Private/Public Key for ECDH is generated independently from the TLS secured websocket connection.
cannot be accomplished using cornerstone, since errors are thrown if non-dicom filesize is below "proper" DICOM file. Therefore we implemented our own routine to check if incoming filesize is below 132 bits, otherwise check if bits from 128 to 132 represent "DICM".
Jul 11 2019
Apr 30 2019
Keep in mind:
Feb 22 2019
Updated Section C
Feb 13 2019
OsiriX / Horos instance is online:
Feb 8 2019
I can setup a Horos instance (=OsiriX fork since free edition of osirix is limited and not userfriendly anymore) if needed. This can be done in the science network to avoid any firewall issues when trying to QR from a SIDT computer.
Dec 13 2018
Nov 30 2018
Nov 5 2018
check naming consistency:
Oct 23 2018
Since it seems to be quite a hassle to establish a working connection with the sftp server, a more sophisticated approach is planned.
Sep 16 2018
Sep 15 2018
Updated Section A, B
Sep 5 2018
- Gather information from DICOM conformance statements about encrypted data transfers.
- Gather information from mobile DICOM viewer vendors about encrypted data tranfsers
Aug 1 2018
Jul 10 2018
Section A (A 1-4)
Section B (B 1-4)
- Section C
- Section D
Jul 4 2018
Feedback from forensic examiners:
- add additional quantity unit to quantity related questions
Jul 2 2018
Jul 1 2018
Export format from platform is .csv. Using python as scripting language.
Jun 23 2018
Feedback from forensic radiologists:
- questions and answers are clear and fully understandable
- questionnaire could be too long, especially if comments are required for each answer
Jun 20 2018
Forensics personell can start on monday
Give it for language and understanding proofreading.
Jun 19 2018
Jun 18 2018
Testing is setup and can be performed online. Waiting for feedback from testers.