Our new open source library, which keeps your Certificate Authority certificate bundle up-to-date.
Recent events have put supply chain attacks against software updaters on everyone's radar. Scott explains what this means and what to do about it.
How to build your own automatic update system that is verifiably secure.
A reflection on the first six months of the year, ext/sodium landing in PHP 7.2, and where to go from here.
A quick comparison of libsodium functions with similar names/purposes, and which one to use for a specific use case
How to implement field-level data encryption while still allowing fast queries.
Application security has a checklist problem; we propose a better way forward.
JWT, JWE, JWS, etc. are terrible designs and need to be scrapped, not resuscitated.
A lot of articles posted online that claim to be about PHP security are patently false and misleading.
Our plan to make libsodium a core PHP extension and write a userland polyfill for PHP 5.2.4+
Will tomorrow bring costly and embarrassing data breaches? Or will it bring growth, success, and peace of mind?
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