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Leaking like a sieve. All major password managers potentially unsafe!

An investigation made by ISE, shows that all password managers leak critical information to RAM of the computer, that can be used to directly or…

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REST easy with kbmMW #22 – SSL and using HTTP.sys transport

This blog post is going to be short and sweet…. It is simply going to refer to another blogpost which describes in details, how to…

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kbmMW safety first #3 – Hardware based random numbers #2

In the previous blog Hardware based random numbers, I showed how to generate very high quality random numbers using an external HW based random number…

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kbmMW safety first #2 – Hardware based random numbers

Intro In a previous blog, I wrote about random numbers and password generators. One of the things that were shown, was that computer generated random…

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Posted in kbmMW ORM REST Security

REST easy with kbmMW #14 – DB Controlled login

Intro There have been some questions about how to build a server, with authorization and login management, where the users and their roles are defined…

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