WordPress NYC: Enterprise Features for Small Businesses Running WordPress

Earlier this week, the WordPress NYC Meetup group hosted me at their space inside the Microsoft Technology Center. I was there to present some of my recent work on “Enterprise Features for Small Businesses Running WordPress.” I had a lot of fun and really appreciated the opportunity to showcase three projects I’ve been working on […]

CryptoParty Albuquerque: A Gentle Introduction to Threats and How To Defend Against Them

One of the unique things about CryptoParty Albuquerque was simply the diversity of participants. Not only was CryptoParty Albuquerque the largest cryptoparty I’ve had the pleasure to host (it began with over 35 people, check out this blog post to get a debrief on what you may have missed), but it was also the only […]

In Memoriam

Today is the fourth anniversary of Len Sassaman‘s passing. Len was a gifted programmer, he was a passionate privacy advocate—Len pioneered and maintained the Mixmaster anonymous remailer software for many years—and he was a very, very kind person. He was also a friend. Len was the first person to walk me through setting up OTR […]

Introducing “Subresource Integrity (SRI) Manager” for WordPress

Subresource Integrity (SRI) is a proposed W3C standard that Web developers can make use of to protect their websites from being used in JavaScript-based DDoS attacks, such as the one recently suffered by GitHub.com. It’s not yet widely supported by browsers but is harmless to add to your pages for browsers that don’t support it. […]