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Weekly Cyber Security News 15/03/2019

A selection of this week’s more interesting vulnerability disclosures and cyber security news. Biometrics again. Here’s the thing, you get the consumer all fired up and (as the article says) actually put in some good kit saying this is reliable, and then further down the line substitute it for something that is not so great; will the consumer be aware of the down grade? Most likely not. As with all authentications, biometrics included, don’t rely on just one key…

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Why Can’t I Protect Client Side?

From time-to-time we are asked “does our Encoder product protect JavaScript and HTML?” While our ionCube PHP Encoder product with its unique features such as Dynamic and External Keys do a wonderful job protecting the PHP code on your server, the same server protected code at the client side will still present all of the HTML, CSS and JavaScript when viewing the source in the browser.

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Weekly Cyber Security News 18/01/2019

A selection of this week’s more interesting vulnerability disclosures and cyber security news. There has been some amazing breach notifications this week, none of which I will comment on as there’s plenty of articles already. First item of comment this week is an interesting article commenting on various hosting providers – are they fair points? How far should our trust go in that any service provider of any kind is doing their best to look after both ours, and their, property?