Plenty of services use a standard email-address as login token. This has advantages: The user doesn’t need to remember another keyword and the service provider knows that the email address is unique and can be verified. But there’s one BIG problem: Other people know your email-address and – with it – 50% of your login credentials. How to to eat the cake AND eat it? Read More →
I needed some art work for a current project – so I decided to give fiverr a try. And – of course – every new website is looked at with the eye of an IT security professional. I am no longer a fiverr member. Why? Read More →
Seit Jahren warne ich nicht nur vor Internet-Schnüffeleien, sondern engagiere mich in der Politik gegen den Überwachungswahn und entwickle Technologien zur sicheren Datenkommunikation. Ein kleiner Satz genügt, um die Besserwisser und Schaumschläger in Rage zu bringen: Ich bin Mitgründerin des deutschen Internets.
Secumundo now supports “Content Security Policy” to protect against malicious cross-site-scripting. The art of developing web environments in an evolving world. Always a challenge, sometimes a PITA. Read More →
Hi y’all, and welcome to my first blog on my new blog site. This blog is about Secumundo, my upcoming new service that is about to revolutionize the word – at least that is my intention. And every revolution starts with the very first step.
You say you want a revolution
Well, you know
We all want to change the world
You tell me that it’s evolution
Well, you know
We all want to change the world. Read More →