A lot of the web is in a rush to HTTPS to not get marked as insecure in browsers such as Google Chrome. But, do you really need HTTPS on your site?
A long time ago, SSL/TLS was only for ecommerce sites. Now, everyone is expected to use HTTPS.
If you’re designing a login system, then please store passwords correctly.
With the death of net neutrality, many websites are advocating that you get a VPN, but is it really necessary?
Let’s Encrypt recently released free wildcard certificates for everyone!
Creating your own VPN server is a cheap and now easy way to ensure your privacy.
You’re probably all thinking that LastPass is not as secure as something like 1Password or KeePass, that you sync the file via email, because it’s all stored in the cloud.
I recently installed Debian on my chromebook with the help of a tool called crouton.
It seems as if every day a new website gets hacked, and all the passwords are leaked.
If you’re like me, you probably worry that the messages you send will end up in the wrong hands.