CipherSweet is a PHP library that provides searchable encryption for the most common cases a web developer is likely to encounter.
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A brief overview of the various common use-cases of asymmetric cryptography (also known as "public-key cryptography") from the perspective of a software developer.
How to build a homomorphic encryption scheme that is not vulnerable to chosen-ciphertext attacks, using blockchain-like protocols.
How to implement field-level data encryption while still allowing fast queries.
JWT, JWE, JWS, etc. are terrible designs and need to be scrapped, not resuscitated.
Your field guide to building secure cryptography features in PHP
Our plan to make libsodium a core PHP extension and write a userland polyfill for PHP 5.2.4+
The perils and pitfalls involved with implementing public-key encryption in a PHP project, and how to do it right.
Will tomorrow bring costly and embarrassing data breaches? Or will it bring growth, success, and peace of mind?
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