Did you know the HSTS header can be used as a tracking mechanism? Or that Firefox caps the number of stored HSTS entries at 1024? Starting with the very basics, this blog post will cover all of the above topics.
I passed the Burp Suite Certified Practitioner exam in my third attempt and compiled my insights, so you can learn from my mistakes. This guide will help you to pass the exam and get certified!
This short blog post gives an introduction into Mastodon. It discusses the basics of servers, mobile apps, federation, timelines and some social features.
This blog post discusses the security of the Diffie-Hellman-Merkle key exchange. It contains a bit of theory, takes a look at possible attack vectors and evaluates its implementation in SSH.
This post explains how to undertake extensive customization to the layout and other components of a Hugo blog. It starts out with the basic setup and finishes with the final deployment.