The beta release for a secure-by-default CMS built by Paragon Initiative Enterprises
A short meditation on the role of security engineering in software development
A year-in-review blog post about our projects at Paragon Initiative Enterprises.
Or: How I learned to stop worrying and love software exploitation.
There are three forms of dishonesty: Lies, damned lies, and security trade-offs.
In version 4.4 and on, WordPress's random number generator function (wp_rand) will now be cryptographically secure.
What is the potential impact of a given vulnerability? This isn't easy to answer.
There are a lot of ways having an online presence can be used against you, and the most basic security decisions are not technical.
We're maintaining a curated appsec reading list on Github -- check it out.
The official release of the PHAR auditing utility by Paragon Initiative.
Will tomorrow bring costly and embarrassing data breaches? Or will it bring growth, success, and peace of mind?
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