Posts Tagged “security”
2015-02-10 Securely synchronize your KeepassX Passwords
KeepassX is a cross-platform password manager. Password managers are great, but synchronising the password database between multiple devices can be challenging if you want to avoid uploading it to The Cloud. Here is a »secure-enough« way to do it.
2014-02-13 Arbitrary Password Restrictions: Why, Internet, Why?!
While the days of passwords stored in clear-text are long gone (or are they…?), another menace has taken the stage: Password formats! And this is not about those that serve the users' interests… Also, no password is safe!
2013-07-25 The Chicken-and-Egg Problem of Encrypted Email
There are actually quite a few similarities between IPv6 deployment and getting more people to encrypt their email communication: people either don't care or have no one to talk to.
2011-04-01 HAProxy, X-HTTP-Forwarded-For and exposed exceptions
Having an application service instance on the same node as the HAproxy instance may expose critical data about your app's setup (e.g. filenames, libraries used). This article briefly describes how to avoid that.
2009-10-15 Postage for (secure) Emails
A provider of free personal SSL certificates for secure email communication shut down its service. What options are left? What do we allow it to cost?