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probably going to stop using the gmail mobile app until they allow you to block image loading in HTML mail by default. this is a huge privacy hole

— yan (@bcrypt) November 29, 2018
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11 days ago by mjtsai
How does Devise keep your passwords safe? – Tiago Alves – Medium
I’ve always been curious about the encrypted_password column that Devise stores on your database. Let’s see how it works.
password  bcrypt  example  hashing  ruby  rails 
6 weeks ago by koozie
Hash Functions survival guide · Honest Engineering
Hash functions are one of the building blocks behind robust solutions to solve architectural problems every developer will encounter in their career, like how to securely store passwords or how to distribute work across many servers.
hash  function  intro  bcrypt 
6 weeks ago by gilberto5757
How does Devise keep your passwords safe? – Tiago Alves – Medium
I’ve always been curious about the encrypted_password column that Devise stores on your database. Let’s see how it works.
bcrypt  example  password  hashing 
7 weeks ago by gilberto5757
Twitter
finally got rid of Electron completely 🔥 https://t.co/L1xm2qmiAl

— yan (@bcrypt) October 19, 2018
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7 weeks ago by mjtsai
go - Bcrypt password hashing in Golang (compatible with Node.js)? - Stack Overflow
Using the golang.org/x/crypto/bcrypt package, I believe the equivalent would be:
bcrypt  go  golang  security  howto 
july 2018 by danesparza
Twitter
an amazing thing you discover when working on a browser is that many people believe that a browser is the same thing as a search engine

— yan (@bcrypt) June 28, 2018
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june 2018 by mjtsai
Twitter
want to see diffs of privacy policies before and after GDPR? today’s a good day to check https://t.co/EHS3Q3w6k0

— yan (@bcrypt) May 26, 2018
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may 2018 by mjtsai
yan on Twitter: "it's funny that efail is a case where the "sophisticated" methods like PGP and S/MIME don't defend against in-transit attacks but the pedestrian email authentication methods (DKIM signatures, STARTTLS+pinning) do"
it's funny that efail is a case where the "sophisticated" methods like PGP and S/MIME don't defend against in-transit attacks but the pedestrian email authentication methods (DKIM signatures, STARTTLS+pinning) do

— yan (@bcrypt) May 14, 2018
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may 2018 by mjtsai

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