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There’s more to migrating a complex site to HTTPS than just enabling TLS in your web server or reverse proxy. All links to embedded resources like style sheets, images, or scripts need to be served via HTTPS and potentially have … Continue reading
As a developer, I’ve used lots of web services and also implemented plenty myself. I’ve seen services with IP-based security provided by network firewalls, services protected by standard HTTP Authentication, TLS with client and server certificates and custom mechanisms using … Continue reading
With more and more of my personal data being hosted in the cloud, I felt that I needed to take security more seriously. Since passwords are the weakest link in most systems, I was looking for a better solution. While … Continue reading
My Nexus 4 and 7 devices don’t ship with an old school MP3 player anymore. After trying lots and lots of players (all of which I didn’t like), I ended up with Google Music, which is pre-installed on all Nexus … Continue reading
So you found an awesome new technology and it changed your life. Two weeks in and it feels like you’ve been taken from stone age to space age. Good for you, but better still if you can help others see … Continue reading