Visualizing Security Information with Fiddler #proxy #security – When building a modern website, there are many different security options which can be configured using HTTP response headers. This custom column automatically summarizes the response’s Content-Security-Policy, Strict-Transport-Security, Public-Key-Pins, Access-Control-Allow-Origin, X-XSS-Protection, X-Frame-Options, and X-Content-Type options into one succinct string:
Some ideas for native bitcoin apps – the next phase #bitcoin – The first phase of Bitcoin was about laying the foundational infrastructure – gateways services, consumer wallets, developer platforms, merchant services etc. The next phase will be about native Bitcoin apps – building new things that could never have been
HTML5 Has A New Best Friend – And It’s Apple, Not Google – Apple isn't known for being a champion of open source or open standards, but with iOS 8 it has become both. Among a host of consumer-facing improvements to performance and the user experience, Apple has also introduced significant improvements for applicat
I am a total Java geek that lives in Brookfield - WI (Milwaukee), making my living as an architect/developer, spending all my time with Java, J2EE, OO, Linux, and open source. In my spare time, when I am not in front of my computers, I spend every other minute with my other loves: My wife and daughter, books, music, guitars, Formula-1 racing and SCI-FI shows like StarGate and others.
At work, I spend most of my time dealing with architectural and security issues with plenty of work and personal play-time going into discovering the latest tool, framework, etc that will allow us to work faster, smarter and deliver better results. A lot of my time is also spent fire-fighting issues and coming up with solutions to interesting problems. :)
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