Let’s Encrypt Wildcard Certs

Recently Let’s Encrypt announced that they would be supporting wildcard certs. I was pretty excited to hear about this as many times I would like to get certs for machines that might not be accessible on the internet. Currently I didn’t see an easy way to do this. With the new certs you could get […]

Spring Boot and Security using Spring Data JPA for authentication

Recently one of my friends was working on a Spring Boot project and he was having trouble finding an example of how to configure user login for his site with Spring Boot using JPA. I had mentioned that there is some mention of configuring security in Greg Turnquist’s book Learning Spring Boot. He had just […]

Let’s Encrypt

I received an email a week or 2 ago that I was accepted into the EFF’s Let’s Encrypt Beta program to try out their new SSL certificate generation service. It uses the Automated Certificate Management Environment (ACME) protocol. I have been really interested in this program since it was announced as in the past when […]

Security Headers

I saw a post on twitter about Security Headers. Basically Security Headers will scan your website and check for some common HTTP Headers that you should be including to make your site more secure. They also include helpful links as to how to fix the issues it finds. On my first scanned it warned me […]

Signal Messenger

I just wanted to mention signal has been released so for all the iPhone users out there it is definitely worth installing. Signal is an implementation of Text Secure on IOS. Given the insecurity of text messages and how many other messengers have varying degrees of security Open WhisperSystems has released Signal. Some popular chat […]