Starting a New Project
Over the weekend of August 3-5 I was working on a resume and trying to study up on Python and Java to take an online screening test for a recruiter, when a former business partner approached me with an offer: build a new Linux server out of a spare PC and parts I have, with email and a Web server, and after fixing up the existing e-commerce site that I had developed and supported in my spare time...
PayPal Security Issue #1
One of a series of weaknesses in PayPal’s two-tier security system, that can lead to access of funds, or a DoS attack, given only an account and captured password, or an unclosed browser with an uncleared cache where a user has logged off. Read here: PayPal Security Issue #1 More coming, once I get my test account unlocked. Publishing publicly since, if I know this, best to assume many...
Educating Employees About Security (Part 1)
This has been moved to the Rob Vaughn Security blog at: “Educating Employees About Security (Part 1)”.
Remove Yourself from Background Check Sites →
This post has been moved to the Rob Vaughn Security blog at: “Remove Yourself from Background Check Sites”.
Welcome Back, Blogger
Let’s try this for the fourth time… Thoughts about technology like CoffeeScript, looks cool; the Groovy programming language, really cool! Stay tuned, if you have nothing better to do… :D Cheers!