What I have decided is to use SSL with a very high encryption that will
be used with a pinned SSL certificate for now.
It will work and also.. since the service I wrote is no a one you will
want traveling bare on the Internet I will only force the users to use
the software from couple IP addresses.

On 20/11/2015 15:39, Ian Lance Taylor wrote:
There is no current support for linking separate code directly into
the process, but you could, for example, fetch an executable. Or you
might be able to use cgo to write a little C wrapper that uses
dlopen/dlsym. Or you could just contact something on the Internet;
there's no effective difference. In fact, it's really simpler and,
for your customers, less frustrating, these days to provide your
service as an Internet API, in which case it's fairly easy to impose
whatever controls you like. Just my personal opinion, of
course--there is nothing in Go that prohibits you from taking whatever
approach you prefer.

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