Archive for the ‘crypto’ Category

Day Camp 4 Developers: PHP Application Security

Application security is on everybody’s mind these days. Every day we hear of another site hacked or another data breach. Does your team do everything it can to keep your site secure and your data safe? Day Camp 4 Developers is a semi-regular online...

What Would You Pay to Make 27% of the Web More Secure?

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It’s Open Source Week at SitePoint! All week we’re publishing articles focused on everything Open Source, Free Software and Community, so keep checking the OSW tag for the latest updates. Scott Arciszewski, known on Twitter as CiPHPerCoder, is to s...

Using Halite for Privacy and Two-Way Encryption of Emails

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Cryptography is a complex matter. In fact, there is one golden rule: * Don't implement cryptography yourself * The reason for this is that so many things can go wrong while implementing it, the slightest error can generate a vulnerability and if you l...

Sourcehunt PHP: Contribute to Crypto, Validation, Payments…

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Last month, we introduced a new effort called Sourcehunt - a category of post intended to direct attention to less popular open source projects that show promise and need exposure. We’ve called for new submissions and accumulated an impressive list. ...