List/Grid Tag Archives: Security

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Signing Digital Certificates with OpenSSL Library

While working on the pgopenssltypes extension I realized that I haven’t discussed how to sign digital certificates using the OpenSSL library. (At least I don’t recall doing so – ...
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Adding OpenSSL User-Defined Types to PostgreSQL

PostgreSQL supports user-defined types (UDT). These types can be used to provide type-safety on user-defined functions when we would otherwise be forced to use simple BLOB objects. This ...
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Database Threat Models

I finally have a breather and can start working through my backlog of ideas. I start with some background that will make the motivation for subsequent posts clearer. What are the threat ...
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In Favour of Self-Signed Certificates

Today I watched the Google I/O presentation about HTTPS everywhere and read a couple of articles, saying that Google is going to rank sites using HTTPS higher. Apart from that, SPDY ...
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Revamping WSO2 API Manager Key Management Architecture around Open Standards

WSO2 API Manager is a complete solution for designing and publishing APIs, creating and managing a developer community, and for scalably routing API traffic. It leverages proven, production-ready ...
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Securing the Insecure

The 33 years old, Craig Spencer returned back to USA on 17th October from Africa after treating Ebola patients. Just after few days, he was tested positive for Ebola. Everyone was concerned ...
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How to use SSH tunneling to get to your restricted servers

Have you ever been told that in your network serverX can only be reached by a serverY via SSH? Now you have access to serverY from your own PC with normal SSH access as well, but just ...
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How to setup custom SSLSocketFactory’s TrustManager per each URL connection

We can see from javadoc that javax.net.ssl.HttpsURLConnection provided a static method to override with setDefaultSSLSocketFory() method. This allow you to supply a custom javax.net.ssl.TrustManager ...
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Single Sign-On with the Delegated Access Control Pattern

Suppose a medium-scale enterprise has a limited number of RESTful APIs. Company employees are allowed to access these APIs via web applications while they’re behind the company firewall. ...
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WSO2 Identity Server 5.0.0 Authentication Framework

The WSO2 Identity Server 5.0.0 takes the identity management into a new direction. No more there will be federation silos or spaghetti identity anti-patterns. The authentication framework ...
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