TLS in HTTP/2

I came across this blog post on Hacker News this morning. I thought it was a great blog post so I figured I would share it. Here there is a group of people that were trying to weaken the HTTP2 standard by not requiring TLS encryption in the standard as originally proposed and Google and […]

Iron-Clad Java

I am currently reading Iron-Clad Java: Building Secure Web Applications by Jim Manico and August Detlefsen. This book basically takes you from zero to doing a decent job of locking down your webapp. It starts with security basics and then covers authentication and session management, and then access control, followed by Cross-Site Scripting Defense, then […]