Paragon Initiative Enterprises Blog

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

In 2015, We Moved the Needle Towards Being Secure

A year-in-review blog post about our projects at Paragon Initiative Enterprises.


Don't Fear the Hacker - The Missing First Step in Cybersecurity Plans

Or: How I learned to stop worrying and love software exploitation.


Let's Re-Think Security Trade-Offs

There are three forms of dishonesty: Lies, damned lies, and security trade-offs.


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.


On Estimating the Impact of a Software Vulnerability

What is the potential impact of a given vulnerability? This isn't easy to answer.


Securing Your Business's Online Presence - A Guide For Non-Experts

There are a lot of ways having an online presence can be used against you, and the most basic security decisions are not technical.


How to Teach Yourself Application Security

We're maintaining a curated appsec reading list on Github -- check it out.


A new PHAR Auditing Utility - Introducing Pharaoh

The official release of the PHAR auditing utility by Paragon Initiative.


Introducing ASGard, the Authentic Software Guard

Secure code delivery is a hard problem; one which we aspire to solve.


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.

Let's Work Together Towards Success

Our Security Newsletters

Want the latest from Paragon Initiative Enterprises delivered straight to your inbox? We have two newsletters to choose from.

The first mails quarterly and often showcases our behind-the-scenes projects.

The other is unscheduled and gives you a direct feed into the findings of our open source security research initiatives.

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