January 30, 2018 / Comments: 0

Tricks and traps when creating a Gallery

Gallery Tricks and Traps (How to Prologue) Every now and then, but more often than not, a web developer is asked to deliver a gallery application for uploading and displaying images on the client's website. Now it depends on the client's wishes how exactly to approach the task ahead. One option is to search for galleries online and see, if anything comes close to...

Tags: gallery  security  

January 12, 2018 / Comments: 0

How to survive against online cracking tools?

How to survive against online cracking tools? Today, I want to talk about why one needs to be careful when it comes to the login application, why to avoid using outdated hashing methods when authenticating and how to protect against online dictionary and brute force attacks. But sometimes, it's better to look at it from different perspective to get a better picture....

Tags: security  hashing  

October 6, 2017 / Comments: 0

Shell script to check for any changes in folders

How to make a shell script to check for file changes Anyone concerned with security of their sites might find this useful. We will discuss how to make a script that will be run by cron periodically and send an email, if any file changes have been observed in the specific folders. This is a good way to monitor files and activity on your server. So, to get started,...

Tags: bash  security  

September 21, 2017 / Comments: 0

A word on security aspect of programming

Sneak peak on security aspect of programming I feel that at some point I would have to say a few words on the topic so why not right at the start. In my opinion, security of the code should always be equally evaluated as functionallity because what good is the code that's working, if you have to rewrite it when it's compromised. Not to mention the potential damage...

Tags: security