To optimally configure your Go TLS server, use the following configuration.
Go has an amazing TLS library. While it can be used in conjunction with the ‘net/http’ package to provide TLS protected transport for HTTP traffic (and now http2), people are starting to use it for authentication as well by way of mutual TLS.
Below we are going to explore how to safely implement mutual TLS authentication and some common pitfalls that can occur.
Applications written in Python should not use
urllib2 for the following reasons.
The following code can be used to encrypt data at rest using Node.JS. The snippet is self-contained and should be slightly modified so that key generation doesn’t happen every time the code is executed.
I wrote some code today to extract ZipFiles in Go. The code includes a security issue, can you spot it?
Here is a list of constant time comparison functions to protect yourself against side-channel timing attacks.
I feel that every Django developer should know the answer to the questions below.