Paragon Initiative Enterprises Blog

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

WordPress 5.2: Mitigating Supply-Chain Attacks Against 33% of the Internet

We wrote a cryptography library entirely in PHP to make your WordPress site secure against supply-chain attacks.


CipherSweet: Searchable Encryption Doesn't Have to be Bitter

CipherSweet is a PHP library that provides searchable encryption for the most common cases a web developer is likely to encounter.


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)


Certainty: Automated CACert.pem Management for PHP Software

Our new open source library, which keeps your Certificate Authority certificate bundle up-to-date.


Go PHP 7 - Our Commitment to Maintaining our Open Source Projects

This is our promise to the community to support PHP 5 projects until EOL, and then no later.


Coming to WordPress 4.4: CSPRNG

In version 4.4 and on, WordPress's random number generator function (wp_rand) will now be cryptographically secure.


Need Technology Consultants?

Will tomorrow bring costly and embarrassing data breaches? Or will it bring growth, success, and peace of mind?

Our team of technology consultants have extensive knowledge and experience with application security and web/application development.

We specialize in cryptography and secure PHP development.

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