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Changes to the Web Cryptography API

Chrome 37 made it to Stable a few days ago, and now supports the Web Cryptography API without needing to set a special flag. YAY! 339 more words

Public Key Cryptography in the Browser

Update August 30, 2014: The Web Cryptography API has dropped support of the RSAES-PKCS1-v1_5 algorithm that was used here originally, so this post has been changed to use… 3,495 more words

My take on the ideal password manager

There’s a few variants of password managers. The simplest are a list of password entries in am encrypted file. Some are fancier and can automatically fill in your password for you when logging in on websites. 628 more words

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