I like Have I Been Pwned. I love the simplicity. Unfortunately, it lacks support for Gmail plus notation.
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Recently, Cloudflare launched the privacy conscious (and very fast) DNS service 184.108.40.206. I want to use it to resolve all my DNS needs. Setting this up via my Ubiquiti network was super easy.
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Last week, I wrote about crafting a CSP for my professional site. This week, I’m going to add reporting so that when things go wrong, I know what went wrong.
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A few weeks ago Troy Hunt and Scott Helme released Report URI JS. I wanted to test it out to see how easy it was to implement. The library is very easy to use, the hard part is still setting up the CSP.
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A trend I see in code that gets written by friends and coworkers is that every class needs to be injected. They all look so surprised when I tell them that they don’t have to do that with every class they need. Then they always follow up with: then why do we need a dependency injection (DI) framework?
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After I read the MSDN article about structuring an MVC app in feature folders, I wanted to create my own Nuget package or dotnet template to easily achieve this.
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Seems like I’m talking a lot about 1Password (and password managers in general) these past few weeks. Well, it’s because I think they are awesome and an invaluable tool if you want to secure yourself on the internet these days. In this article, I’m going to explain why you should use two factor authentication (2FA) and how you can set it up with 1Password, so you only need to do it once.
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Facebook decided I was doing naughty stuff on my account and thus removed it for most of last week without notifying me or giving me an explanation why they removed and later restored it.
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Last week, I wrote about a subtle security enhancement that password managers provide out of the box. This week I want to highlight the main reason why I like password managers.
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Password managers are undervalued. Not only do they provide an easier way to store passwords, they offer so many little security enhancements I start to take for granted.
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