Disposable emails

Everybody hates spam. I do. You do (if you don’t I’ll force you to). Waking up to a inbox full of spam from a company you once registered your email address to eons ago is a drag. Especially from those companies offering “free” white papers. Today I’ll look into ways to combat this by looking […]

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les UX – an aura of secrecy

I’ll let you in on a secret. I love urban exploration (UX). There’s an undefined thing about the whole concept of exploring abandoned buildings and places that peaks my interest. Lately after coming home from work, feeling exhausted, I’ve spent my time reading UX reports. In one of the reports I found a reference to something called les […]

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A history lesson on SSL and TLS

This blog post will totally change the way you look at SSL and TLS. It will be story of war, love, betrayal and dragons. As a direct follow-up on my post “HTTPS is DROWNING“, may I present you the history of SSL and TLS (and HTTPS)! SSL history lesson Once upon a time in a country […]

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Did you know that 33% of all HTTPS servers are vulnerable to a bug named DROWN? Yup – they totally are. DROWN is a new  cross protocol bug targeting HTTPS and TLS/SSL enabled services. It was made known in early March 2016 and the acronym stands for “Decrypting RSA with Obsolete and Weakened eNcryption”. DROWN allows attackers to […]


Pig went to market

Dear “Enlightened Masters (EM)”, your memo reached my desk earlier this week. This is my response – shared in public. The time is nigh. Information Technology is moving forward in a rapid pace. Every year we see new and important tools powered by IT to make life easier. We’re talking about banking, online shops and […]

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