Paragon Initiative Enterprises Blog

The latest information from the team that develops cryptographically secure PHP software.

Slice Of PIE #00

Slice of PIE is a new mini-series


Security Concerns Surrounding WebAuthn: Don't Implement ECDAA (Yet)

If you're planning on implementing the W3C and FIDO Alliance's new WebAuthn standard for hardware security token support, skip ECDAA for now.


How and Why Developers Use Asymmetric (Public Key) Cryptography in Real-World Applications

A brief overview of the various common use-cases of asymmetric cryptography (also known as "public-key cryptography") from the perspective of a software developer.


Protecting RSA-based Protocols Against Adaptive Chosen-Ciphertext Attacks

A deep dive into preventing chosen-ciphertext (e.g. padding oracle) attacks against RSA in custom encrypted transport protocols.


Celebrating Three Years of PIE on Pi Day

Our company's name was decided on March 14, 2015, which makes its birthday very easy to remember.


Paseto is a Secure Alternative to the JOSE Standards (JWT, etc.)

Paseto (Platform-Agnostic Security Tokens) is everything JWT should be, but isn't (namely, secure)


Our Ambitious Plan to Make Insecure PHP Software a Thing of the Past

Let's solve application security at an ecosystem level by updating outdated and/or insecure blog posts to refer developers to better practices.


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