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פרופיל משתמש Michael Stahl

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  • דירוג: Junior Boarder
  • תאריך הרשמה: 02 יונ 2013
  • זמן: GMT +0:00
  • זמן מקומי: 21:09
  • פוסטים: 24
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  • Let's Go Deep! Part II: Encryption, Tokens, and Cookies

    Let's Go Deep!  Part II:  Encryption, Tokens, and Cookies In last week's post, we talked about how HTTP works to pass information from a server to a browser.  But when information is passed back and forth between systems, we need to make sure that it's protected from being intercepted by others for whom it was not intended.  That's why HTTPS was created.  In this week's post, we'll talk about how encryption is used in HTTPS, what the difference is between cookies and tokens, the different types of cookies, and how cookies can be protected.How HTTPS Works:When two systems communicate with each other, we refer to them as the client and the server.  The client is the system making the request, such as a browser, an application, or a mobile device, and the server is the system that supplies the information, such as a datastore.  HTTPS is a method of securely transmitting information between the client and the server.  HTTPS uses SSL and TLS to encrypt the data being transmitted and decrypt it only when it arrives at its destination.  SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) and TLS (Transport Layer Security) are both tools for the encryption and decryption of data; TLS is a newer version of SSL.  Here's how TLS works: before any data is transmitted, the client and the server first perform a handshake.  The handshake begins with the client contacting the server with a suggested encryption method and the server responding back agreeing to use that encryption method.  It then continues with the client and the server swapping certificates.  A certificate is[…]

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  • Business cards are dead

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  • bootstrapMigrationFun

    listeningTo: Seduction by Eminem inRealLife: I spent the last week in Florida visiting my grandma down there. It was HOT, and spending that much time with family is always tense and thoroughly exhausting. I did have a really fun day in Universal wandering around Diagon Alley and basically living 10-year-old Amanda’s dream (yes, I bought an overpriced wand to interact with things around the park with all the 6 year olds). Also we took her to a drag show and I’m pretty sure she had way more fun than she ever had in her life. (Looking at you, Ru!) I’m glad to be back, but, also, have a lot of stuff to catch up on. So it goes. whatIReadThisWeek: I’m been studying the very exciting technical documentation on Bootstrap 4. I also read through Cassandra Leung‘s MoT Power Hour on the MoT Club – she was answering questions about using personas for testing. I plan on writing more about this in my next post because I found a lot of her responses to be very interesting and thought provoking. The link to the thread is here, but I think you need to be a member of The Club to see. I also reread The Picture of Dorian Gray by Oscar Wilde on the beach this week, and am about 70% into Dark Age by Pierce Brown. Neither books are very light fun beach reading, then again, neither is technical documentation so, it is what it is. whatILearnedThisWeek: We are working[…]

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