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NIST releases IoT draft standards



Remember: XMPP is not only for Instant Messaging, but also for (micro-)blogging, social networks — and IoT!

#xmpp #iot #security #nist #tls #tigase
 

Purism collects half the money for Librem 5!



Purism does better than I hoped! After a little bit more than half of the time (33 days passed, 27 still to go), they have half the money (51%) of the 1.5 million USD they need. I'm positively surprised!

Now the other half it is up to you! If you like to have a phone that respects your privacy (so does promise Purism), runs a mainstream Linux distro (PureOS/Debian by default, the most important point for me personally), and has strong focus on freedom and security, please consider supporting their crowd funding campaign!

As long as they do not reach their goal there is no risk. Your credit card will not be charged before they reach their target. If the reach the 1.5 million USD, they will charge you. Then there is the risk, that they will fail, of course. I think, that they will not fail, because they have some experience with building hardware and they have capable people on board. But, hey, no risk, no fun!

#librem5 #purism #freesoftware #debian #mobile #phone #privacy #security #smartphone https://puri.sm/shop/librem-5/
 

How used cars became a security nightmare



"Application security for connected cars is far less mature than anyone should be comfortable with. This was clear at the RSA information security conference last week in San Francisco, where two presentations demonstrated different ways cars can be remotely controlled or even stolen by non-owners. All because the people designing connected car apps literally didn't think things through and consider the possibility of second owners -- or hackers."

https://www.engadget.com/2017/02/24/how-used-cars-became-a-security-nightmare/

#security, #car

How used cars became a security nightmare

Hack an app, win a free car!
 

How used cars became a security nightmare



"Application security for connected cars is far less mature than anyone should be comfortable with. This was clear at the RSA information security conference last week in San Francisco, where two presentations demonstrated different ways cars can be remotely controlled or even stolen by non-owners. All because the people designing connected car apps literally didn't think things through and consider the possibility of second owners -- or hackers."

https://www.engadget.com/2017/02/24/how-used-cars-became-a-security-nightmare/

#security, #car

How used cars became a security nightmare

Hack an app, win a free car!
 
#SHA1 and #Mercurial #security: Why you shouldn't panic yet

mpm/SHA1 - Mercurial

mpm/SHA1 - Mercurial
 
#dropbox opensources #Securitybot https://blogs.dropbox.com/tech/2017/02/meet-securitybot-open-sourcing-automated-security-at-scale/ #security

Meet Securitybot: Open Sourcing Automated Security at Scale

Security incidents happen. And when they do, they need to be dealt with—quickly. That’s where detection comes into play. The faster incidents are detected, the faster they can be handed off to the security team and resolved.
 

Riseup confirms it received two FBI warrants and gagging order


Riseup users had warned on social media that the group's "warrant canary" - a statement confirming that an organisation has not been issued with a court order to compromise users' details - had not been updated for the Winter 2016 quarter, a sign that the group may have been served with a gagging order preventing it from notifying its users of a warrant.

#riseup #fbi #gagorder #gag #gagging #security #anarchy #canaray #surveilllance

Riseup confirms it received two FBI warrants and gagging order | TheINQUIRER

Users have their suspicions confirmed,Security ,encryption,privacy,Privacy ,cloud computing
 

Riseup confirms it received two FBI warrants and gagging order


Riseup users had warned on social media that the group's "warrant canary" - a statement confirming that an organisation has not been issued with a court order to compromise users' details - had not been updated for the Winter 2016 quarter, a sign that the group may have been served with a gagging order preventing it from notifying its users of a warrant.

#riseup #fbi #gagorder #gag #gagging #security #anarchy #canaray #surveilllance

Riseup confirms it received two FBI warrants and gagging order | TheINQUIRER

Users have their suspicions confirmed,Security ,encryption,privacy,Privacy ,cloud computing
 



You broke the Internet



Now let's build a GNU one



Details: Yellow is for projects in development while green is for those that are available. Red illustrates brands that lose their monopoly condition once the respective layers are fully operational whereas light red indicates faulty technologies that we must replace.

Strongly recommend checking out the source website: http://youbroketheinternet.org/

Some related tags: #internet #surveillance #freesoftware #gnu #linux #security #netsec #crypto #ipfs #gpg #pgp #encryption #cryptocat #mumble #GNS #guix #nix #bittorrent #faceboogle #tor #I2P #otr #librecmc #libreboot #fsf #eff #ccc #pirateparty #pirates #ricochet #gnunet #freenet #android #replicant #grothoff #signal #libresignal #taler #gnutaler #youbroketheinternet #selfhosting #decentralization #selfhosted #tox #xmpp #jitsi #pond #PSYC #Tahoe-LAFS #retroshare #cjdns #onionshare #cryptocat #briar #maidsafe #coreboot #tribler #axolotl #zeroqm #bitmessage #cloud #skype #twitter #microsoft #rhizome #rina #netsukuku #tails #debian #freedombox #freedombone #ethos #qubes #whonix #guixSD #gentoo #zyre #reproduciblebuilds #openwrt #BMX7 #net2o #ethereum #copperheadOS #federation #dns #smtp #dane #blackadder #globaleaks #redphone #2020 #mesh #pulse #heartbeat

#youbroketheinternet

#youbroketheinternet
 
#aslr #security #linux

Hackaday: ASLR^CACHE Attack Defeats Address Space Layout Randomization (Pedro Umbelino)

Researchers from VUSec found a way to break ASLR via an MMU sidechannel attack that even works in JavaScript. Does this matter? Yes, it matters. A lot. The discovery of this security flaw along with...
 
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Why we don't publish at the Play Store



We got some requests recently, asking, why we do not publish #dandelion at the #GooglePlay.So here are our main reasons, why we don't plan to uploadthe app there currently.

First of all, we do not comply with Googles terms of service. Having to pay ~25€ to Google who did not write the app and does not respect your freedom nor your privacy on its platforms (Youtube, GMail...) just doesn't feel right. We believe, that our userbase is well aware of the privacy concerns that come with using Google's Services, so many diaspora* users actually get their apps through F-Droid (which is great). Second, if a user that does not know about F-Droid yet wants to use dandelion* and searches for it, they'll hopefully find out about the F-Droid project and may get in touch with free software that way. So by not publishing to Google Play, we hope to get more people to understand, use and appreciate free and open source software.

If you find dandelion* on the Play Store, please be aware, that you likely just found a version built by someone else. We can not guarantee that such a version has not been tampered with in terms of #malware, so we highly discourage you to use it. It should be clear, that we'll never charge you any money for using, downloading, sharing or modifying the app. Note also, that we won't support those versions.

If you want to dontate to the project to support the developers, and keep them motivated, please feel free to contact us :D As always, you can help us by submitting bug reports, code and/or translations on github and crowdin.
PS: We maintainers (@gsantner and @vanitasvitae) will soon have more time again to actively work on the app. The last weeks we were distracted with educational work, so here is some background information:

@gsantner was working on another FLOSS app called Froody, which lets you share (naturally growing) food and other things with others. He hopes to enable people to live a more sustainable life. The main idea is to share to and help other people by e.g. sharing pears, which would rot anyway if unused.Everything is built with international use in mind. The app is available at https://github.com/froodyapp/froody-android, and is currently available in #English, #German and #Japanese. Also translatable on Crowdin. He also writes his bachlor thesis about Open Source and Android, which will be completed in summer and likely to be released in an appropiate free license.

@vanitasvitae is writing his bachelor thesis about an #OMEMO module for #Smack, a #XMPP library used by many free messengers like #Jitsi or #Kontalk.
He hopes to enable those messengers to #encrypt your communication end-to-end using the OMEMO protocol introduced by #conversations.
He'll also attend #FOSDEM in #brussels by the way, so if you are there you might meet him and chat a little ;)

Sharing welcome!



Immagine/foto

Tags: #dandelion #dandeliondev #diaspora #diasporaforandroid #diasporaandroid #diasporaapp #app #fdroid #freesoftware #opensource #google #play #store #app #android-dev #foss #freie-software #freesoftware #opensource #translation #translator #release #mobile #froody #froodyapp #omemo #security #sustainability #sustainable #thesis

Diaspora-for-Android/dandelion

dandelion* - unofficial diaspora* android client
 
#aslr #security #linux

Hackaday: ASLR^CACHE Attack Defeats Address Space Layout Randomization (Pedro Umbelino)

Researchers from VUSec found a way to break ASLR via an MMU sidechannel attack that even works in JavaScript. Does this matter? Yes, it matters. A lot. The discovery of this security flaw along with...
 

Spyware’s Odd Targets: Backers of #Mexico’s Soda Tax



source: https://www.nytimes.com/2017/02/11/technology/hack-mexico-soda-tax-advocates.html
The discovery of NSO’s #spyware on the phones of Mexican nutrition policy makers, activists and even #government employees, like Dr. Barquera, raises new questions about whether NSO’s tools are being used to advance the soda industry’s commercial interests in Mexico.

#security #surveillance #humanrights #news #fail #crime #politics #ethics #moral #privacy #democracy #freedom

Log In - New York Times

Log In - New York Times
 

Spyware’s Odd Targets: Backers of #Mexico’s Soda Tax



source: https://www.nytimes.com/2017/02/11/technology/hack-mexico-soda-tax-advocates.html
The discovery of NSO’s #spyware on the phones of Mexican nutrition policy makers, activists and even #government employees, like Dr. Barquera, raises new questions about whether NSO’s tools are being used to advance the soda industry’s commercial interests in Mexico.

#security #surveillance #humanrights #news #fail #crime #politics #ethics #moral #privacy #democracy #freedom

Log In - New York Times

Log In - New York Times
 

Installing Signal on a Google free phone



I tried to install Singal on my Google free Android phone one year ago and I was shocked when I found out that I had to install Google Play services to use Signal and there was not much info out there how to do it without it.
So now I gave it another try and after almost a whole day I finally did it.
Here is what I did:
I have rooted CyanogenMod 13 on my phone, no Google apps.
- Go to https://microg.org/ (A free-as-in-freedom re-implementation of Google’s proprietary Android user space apps and libraries.)
- Download and install GmsCore.apk, GsfProxy.apk, FakeStore.apk in this order
- Open the microG Settings and tick both checkboxes for background services
- Reboot your device
- Disable Battery Optimization for microG Services Core in System Settings > Battery > Menu > Battery optimization.
- Go to https://www.apkmirror.com and get an old version of Signal - e.g. v3.20 (you won't be able to sign up with the newest version)
- Install Signal and sign up.
- Now if everything works just download the newest version of Signal and install it.

I hope this helps others.

#android #signal #messaging #encryption #privacy #security #floss #opensource

Open Whisper Systems >> Home

Open Whisper Systems >> Home
 

Installing Signal on a Google free phone



I tried to install Singal on my Google free Android phone one year ago and I was shocked when I found out that I had to install Google Play services to use Signal and there was not much info out there how to do it without it.
So now I gave it another try and after almost a whole day I finally did it.
Here is what I did:
I have rooted CyanogenMod 13 on my phone, no Google apps.
- Go to https://microg.org/ (A free-as-in-freedom re-implementation of Google’s proprietary Android user space apps and libraries.)
- Download and install GmsCore.apk, GsfProxy.apk, FakeStore.apk in this order
- Open the microG Settings and tick both checkboxes for background services
- Reboot your device
- Disable Battery Optimization for microG Services Core in System Settings > Battery > Menu > Battery optimization.
- Go to https://www.apkmirror.com and get an old version of Signal - e.g. v3.20 (you won't be able to sign up with the newest version)
- Install Signal and sign up.
- Now if everything works just download the newest version of Signal and install it.

I hope this helps others.

#android #signal #messaging #encryption #privacy #security #floss #opensource

Open Whisper Systems >> Home

Open Whisper Systems >> Home
 

Dear friends of #privacy, here are the best add-ons for your #Firefox to increase #security and #anonymity ...



* Privacy Settings - https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/privacy-settings/
* uBlock Origin - ad blocker - https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/ublock-origin/
* HTTPS Everywhere - security - https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/https-everywhere/
* Disconnect - anti tracking - https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/disconnect/
* Self-Destructing Cookies - anti tracking - https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/self-destructing-cookies/
* RefControl - anti tracking - https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/refcontrol/
* PassSec+ - security - https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/passsec/

Thank you for your attention

Do you have more tips what we can do to increase our privacy?

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please see also:

* https://www.joindiaspora.com/posts/2967813
* https://www.joindiaspora.com/posts/2762327

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#freedom #internet #browser #www #surveillance #nsa

Privacy Settings

Alter Firefox's built-in privacy settings easily with a toolbar panel.
 
#privacy vs #security #insecurity #police #police-state #panopticon

This is a very, very good documentary on what is been going on for over a decade now. If you are interested in the topic of privacy I highly recommend this one. It's a pre-Snowden doc, which makes it even more surprising and to the point.



http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2486744/

Isn't it ironic I give you the link for it and it directs you to youtube? It certainly is but I have not managed to find an alternative. No torrent out there for this one :/
Oh well, use youtube-dl or mpv..

https://www.youtube.com/embed/FUyB0Tsj6jE

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2486744/
 
#privacy vs #security #insecurity #police #police-state #panopticon

This is a very, very good documentary on what is been going on for over a decade now. If you are interested in the topic of privacy I highly recommend this one. It's a pre-Snowden doc, which makes it even more surprising and to the point.



http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2486744/

Isn't it ironic I give you the link for it and it directs you to youtube? It certainly is but I have not managed to find an alternative. No torrent out there for this one :/
Oh well, use youtube-dl or mpv..

https://www.youtube.com/embed/FUyB0Tsj6jE

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2486744/
 

Dear friends of #privacy, here are the best add-ons for your #Firefox to increase #security and #anonymity ...



* Privacy Settings - https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/privacy-settings/
* uBlock Origin - ad blocker - https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/ublock-origin/
* HTTPS Everywhere - security - https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/https-everywhere/
* Disconnect - anti tracking - https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/disconnect/
* Self-Destructing Cookies - anti tracking - https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/self-destructing-cookies/
* RefControl - anti tracking - https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/refcontrol/
* PassSec+ - security - https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/passsec/

Thank you for your attention

Do you have more tips what we can do to increase our privacy?

-------

please see also:

* https://www.joindiaspora.com/posts/2967813
* https://www.joindiaspora.com/posts/2762327

----

#freedom #internet #browser #www #surveillance #nsa

Privacy Settings

Alter Firefox's built-in privacy settings easily with a toolbar panel.
 

Diaspora pod server failure



Diasp.eu server returns the following:

diasp.eu/notifications
Security unknown
The certificate has expired
Trust this website
‪diasp.eu/notifications
Error granting trust: Couldn't find a place to store the pinned certificate
pkcs11:library-manufacturer=GNOME%20Keyring , pkcs11:library-description=PKCS%2311%20Kit%20Trust%20Module
Please look at our FAQ, section "Security Features", to understand how you can solve this problem.
Trust this website

#diaspora #diasp.eu #diaspeu #podmin #bug #security #certificate
 
Smart TV Maker Fined $2.2 Million For Spying on Its 11 Million Users
https://thehackernews.com/2017/02/smart-tv-vizio-spying.html
Yes, you should also worry about your "smart" TV, as one of the world's biggest smart TV makers Vizio has been caught secretly collecting its consumers' data through over 11 Million smart TVs and then selling them to third-parties without the user's explicit consent.

According to FTC, the smart TV maker installed data tracking software to collect viewing habits of 11 million of its smart TVs without informing its customers or seeking their consent.
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#security #privacy #surveillance #Vizio #tv #smarttv #US #FTC #FederalTradeCommission
Vizio Fined $2.2 Million For Spying on Its 11 Million Smart TV Customers
 
The Fight Over Email Privacy Moves to the Senate
https://www.eff.org/deeplinks/2017/02/fight-over-email-privacy-moves-senate
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#security #privacy #surveillance #US #HouseofRepresentatives #HR387 #EmailPrivacyAct #Senate #USvWarshak #internet #users #digitalrights #humanrights #rights #Google #Facebook #Dropbox #ECPA #ElectronicCommunicationsPrivacyAct #CFAA #ComputerFraudandAbuseAct

The Fight Over Email Privacy Moves to the Senate

The House passed the Email Privacy Act (H.R. 387) yesterday, bringing us one step closer to requiring a warrant before law enforcement can access private communications and documents stored online with companies such as Google, Facebook, and Dropbox. But the fight is just beginning. We’ve long called for pro-privacy reforms to the 1986 Electronic Communications Privacy Act (ECPA), the outdated law that provides little protection for “cloud” content stored by third-party service providers. H.R. 387 would codify the Sixth Circuit’s ruling in U.S. v.
 
The Fight Over Email Privacy Moves to the Senate
https://www.eff.org/deeplinks/2017/02/fight-over-email-privacy-moves-senate
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#security #privacy #surveillance #US #HouseofRepresentatives #HR387 #EmailPrivacyAct #Senate #USvWarshak #internet #users #digitalrights #humanrights #rights #Google #Facebook #Dropbox #ECPA #ElectronicCommunicationsPrivacyAct #CFAA #ComputerFraudandAbuseAct

The Fight Over Email Privacy Moves to the Senate

The House passed the Email Privacy Act (H.R. 387) yesterday, bringing us one step closer to requiring a warrant before law enforcement can access private communications and documents stored online with companies such as Google, Facebook, and Dropbox. But the fight is just beginning. We’ve long called for pro-privacy reforms to the 1986 Electronic Communications Privacy Act (ECPA), the outdated law that provides little protection for “cloud” content stored by third-party service providers. H.R. 387 would codify the Sixth Circuit’s ruling in U.S. v.
 
Smart TV Maker Fined $2.2 Million For Spying on Its 11 Million Users
https://thehackernews.com/2017/02/smart-tv-vizio-spying.html
Yes, you should also worry about your "smart" TV, as one of the world's biggest smart TV makers Vizio has been caught secretly collecting its consumers' data through over 11 Million smart TVs and then selling them to third-parties without the user's explicit consent.

According to FTC, the smart TV maker installed data tracking software to collect viewing habits of 11 million of its smart TVs without informing its customers or seeking their consent.
_____
#security #privacy #surveillance #Vizio #tv #smarttv #US #FTC #FederalTradeCommission
Vizio Fined $2.2 Million For Spying on Its 11 Million Smart TV Customers
 
Immagine/foto
****#Pastilda: Open-source hardware password manager****
Pastilda is an open-source hardware #password #manager, designed to manage your credentials in a handy and secure way.
Pastilda works as a #middleman between your #computer and keyboard. It provides easy and safe auto-login to your #OS, bank accounts, mailboxes, corporate #network or social media. Pastilda stores #encrypted passwords in its memory. You can request a particular password at any time by pressing a special key combination on your keyboard.
Pastilda has two USB ports: one for your keyboard, one to connect to your #PC. Your OS will recognize Pastilda as a USB keyboard and a USB flash drive.
The flash drive component stores the encrypted #KeePass 2.x database (.kdbx file) and the KeePass 2.x portable #app as needed. Your real keyboard is now visible only to Pastilda, your PC won’t see it at all.
In normal working mode, all keystrokes from your keyboard are passed through Pastilda to your PC unchanged.
When you need to sign into an account, you switch to “Pastilda mode”. That’s done by placing your cursor inside the login text box and pressing the “Ctrl + ~” key combination. Pastilda will then ask you to enter the master password for your KeePass database, right in the current text box. If the password is entered correctly, Pastilda will decrypt and display your database. You can navigate through it with left, right, up, and down arrows or you can just start to input the name of the entry in your database and Pastilda will display matching variants. Once you find the entry you’re looking for, press Enter and Pastilda will automatically enter the corresponding login and password. If the password is incorrect, Pastilda gives you the option to try again or go back to regular mode by pressing the Esc key on your keyboard.

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Features & Specifications
- #Security:
- #Open-source #hardware and #software - you can trust Pastilda
- Never reveals the master key to the host
- Decrypted data stays on board, unreachable by malware
- Usability:
- List text heresummon Pastilda’s menu to any text field
- Compatibility:
- List text heresimulates a common keyboard, so it works with most systems by default, requiring no drivers or client software.
- List text hereworks with command line interfaces, BIOS, etc.
- MCU: STM32F415
- Connectivity: 2 x USB 2.0
- Memory: microSD card slot up to 32 GB
- Dimensions: 20 mm x 60 mm x 12 mm
- Weight: 50 g

https://www.crowdsupply.com/third-pin/pastilda



#FOSS #FLOSS #OpenHardware #HardwareLibre #Crowdsupply #Crowdfunding #Security #Privacy #Libre #Free #Freedom
 
Immagine/foto
****#Pastilda: Open-source hardware password manager****
Pastilda is an open-source hardware #password #manager, designed to manage your credentials in a handy and secure way.
Pastilda works as a #middleman between your #computer and keyboard. It provides easy and safe auto-login to your #OS, bank accounts, mailboxes, corporate #network or social media. Pastilda stores #encrypted passwords in its memory. You can request a particular password at any time by pressing a special key combination on your keyboard.
Pastilda has two USB ports: one for your keyboard, one to connect to your #PC. Your OS will recognize Pastilda as a USB keyboard and a USB flash drive.
The flash drive component stores the encrypted #KeePass 2.x database (.kdbx file) and the KeePass 2.x portable #app as needed. Your real keyboard is now visible only to Pastilda, your PC won’t see it at all.
In normal working mode, all keystrokes from your keyboard are passed through Pastilda to your PC unchanged.
When you need to sign into an account, you switch to “Pastilda mode”. That’s done by placing your cursor inside the login text box and pressing the “Ctrl + ~” key combination. Pastilda will then ask you to enter the master password for your KeePass database, right in the current text box. If the password is entered correctly, Pastilda will decrypt and display your database. You can navigate through it with left, right, up, and down arrows or you can just start to input the name of the entry in your database and Pastilda will display matching variants. Once you find the entry you’re looking for, press Enter and Pastilda will automatically enter the corresponding login and password. If the password is incorrect, Pastilda gives you the option to try again or go back to regular mode by pressing the Esc key on your keyboard.

-----
Features & Specifications
- #Security:
- #Open-source #hardware and #software - you can trust Pastilda
- Never reveals the master key to the host
- Decrypted data stays on board, unreachable by malware
- Usability:
- List text heresummon Pastilda’s menu to any text field
- Compatibility:
- List text heresimulates a common keyboard, so it works with most systems by default, requiring no drivers or client software.
- List text hereworks with command line interfaces, BIOS, etc.
- MCU: STM32F415
- Connectivity: 2 x USB 2.0
- Memory: microSD card slot up to 32 GB
- Dimensions: 20 mm x 60 mm x 12 mm
- Weight: 50 g

https://www.crowdsupply.com/third-pin/pastilda



#FOSS #FLOSS #OpenHardware #HardwareLibre #Crowdsupply #Crowdfunding #Security #Privacy #Libre #Free #Freedom
 
2017 is a Cyberpunk Dystopia - by Maki Naro https://thenib.com/cyberpunk-dystopia?t=recent

A #comic by Maki Naro about how we currently live in a #1990s #cyberpunk #dystopia.

#trump #surveillance #IoT #data #drones #socialnetworks #tech #security

2017 is a Cyberpunk Dystopia

2017 is straight out of a 1990's science fiction story
 

New security feature active




[Deutsch]Ich hab soeben eine neue Sicherheits-Funktion auf diesem Pod aktiviert. Es handelt sich dabei um einen Schutzmechanismus gegen Cross-Site Scripting Angriffe.


[English]I just activated a new security feature on this pod. It's a mechanism to prevent cross-site scripting attacks (xss) named Content-Security-Policy. So jons.gr is now one of the 0.3% Websites which use this feature.

#update #diaspora #jonsgr #xss #security

Content-Security-Policy

The HTTP Content-Security-Policy response header allows web site administrators to control resources the user agent is allowed to load for a given page. With a few exceptions, policies mostly involve specifying server origins and script endpoints. This helps guard against cross-site scripting attacks (XSS).
 
#HTTPS adoption has reached the tipping point https://www.troyhunt.com/https-adoption-has-reached-the-tipping-point/ #web #security #ssl #certificate

HTTPS adoption has reached the tipping point

That's it - I'm calling it - HTTPS adoption has now reached the moment of critical mass where it's gathering enough momentum that it will very shortly become "the norm" rather than the exception it so frequently was in the past. In just the last few months, there's been some
 
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