Common Encryption Pitfalls

Part 3 - Rethinking AccessURL Security Design

This is the last part of a three part blog series about AccessURL – Password Security and Cookies Security issues with AccessURL original implementation Solving all the issues by simple design change In the previous post we saw a few security issues in the way AceessURL generates the passphrase and the id for the share […]

Common Encryption Pitfalls

Part 2 - Security Issues Found

This is the second part of a three part blog series about AccessURL – Password Security and Cookies Security issues with AccessURL original implementation Solving all the issues by simple design change Security issues found After using AccessURL browser extension I found a few issues which allowed me to get almost any credentials. To have […]

Common Encryption Pitfalls

When Using AES256 Is Not Enough - Part 1

I recently came across AcessURL. AccessURL is an online service which offers an easy way to allow access to online accounts without sharing the account password. Unfortunately, their initial implementation had some security issues. In this post, I will describe and suggest how to fix these issues. It is important to say that AcessURL since […]

Rethinking Ember

It’s been 20 months since I publish my first post about Ember.js. It was suppose to be two part series and I already had the second part ready to go, but I wanted to get more intimate knowledge of Ember before publishing it. it took longer then I thought and the more I learned about […]

Should you use Ember Cli ?

If you are considering using Ember and still comparing it to other frameworks this is not the article for you. Ember has some really strong and positive sides, overall I think Ember is one of the best JavaScript frameworks available today. The way it handles some of the common needs in modern web apps like […]