Tales from the Crypto

         Alun Jones (Security MVP Reconnect) writes about security, cryptography, SSL, PKI, and pretty much anything else that bothers him enough.

Archive for May, 2010

May 31, 2010

Better: Input Validation or Output Encoding?

Filed under: General Security,Programmer Hubris @ 10:11 pm

Neither. OK, let me back up a little and explain. There’s an argument I’ve been a part of at many places, with many people, as to which method of protection is best to guard against injection attacks. What’s an injection attack? Oh, no problem – an injection attack is something like “Cross-Site Scripting” (which I […]

May 29, 2010

Messing around with audio files

It’s Memorial Day weekend, so we’re doing a little relaxing. What’s relaxing for me? Playing around with interesting random bits of code. iFetch – suddenly slow One piece of code that’s been interesting for a while, and very useful, is the iFetch program, which I use to download BBC Radio so that I can listen […]

May 15, 2010

Finally got my Zune HD

Filed under: Miscellany - not security,Zune @ 9:50 am

If you’ve been reading this blog, you’ll have suspected for some time that I’ve been hankering after a Zune HD. Now that I’ve changed jobs, and got my first pay cheque, my wife and I decided that it’s about time we each bought ourselves an item that we’ve wanted – she ordered a Kindle, which […]

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