Announcing the first release of CMS Airship, which establishes the new PHP security platinum standard of today and the gold standard of tomorrow.
This blog post will maintain the industry best practices for securely generating random data in Ruby, Node.js, Java, etc.
A layman's introduction to using Halite, our libsodium wrapper
A deep dive into the cryptography protocols that will secure your blog, should you choose to deploy CMS Airship.
This is our promise to the community to support PHP 5 projects until EOL, and then no later.
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.
In version 4.4 and on, WordPress's random number generator function (wp_rand) will now be cryptographically secure.
The first in a two-part series. We establish a mathematical definition for popularity within a given dataset and build some abuse resistance into the algorithm design.
Will tomorrow bring costly and embarrassing data breaches? Or will it bring growth, success, and peace of mind?
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