The beta release for a secure-by-default CMS built by Paragon Initiative Enterprises
How to authenticate a user on multiple domains without violating the Same Origin Policy.
A short meditation on the role of security engineering in software development
Salted Password Hashing with Argon2, Scrypt, Bcrypt, and PBKDF2
Or: How I won the password hashing category for the Underhanded Crypto Contest at DEFCON 23.
There are three forms of dishonesty: Lies, damned lies, and security trade-offs.
If you're wondering which cryptography library you should use in your project, this should help make the decision easier.
Preventing side-channel attacks (i.e. timing attacks on MAC validation) and dangerous compiler optimizations with a blinded comparison.
In version 4.4 and on, WordPress's random number generator function (wp_rand) will now be cryptographically secure.
If you ever wondered the best way to encrypt a username or row ID for an obfuscated URL in PHP, this is the article for you.
Will tomorrow bring costly and embarrassing data breaches? Or will it bring growth, success, and peace of mind?
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