Tag Archives: security

Heads-up if you use ADAL.JS on a site added to the “Trusted Sites” zone

When working on a SharePoint Online solution that is using the ADAL.JS library for authentication, a customer reported strange problems. In our solution, our site sends the client to the authentication authority (Azure AD), which authenticates the client and forwards … Continue reading

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Authentication with Passwords & Passphrases: Implications on Usability and Security

The following text is a summary of an academic report I wrote together with a friend as part of a course on computer security at Lund University. The paper was graded “A” by the teacher. You can download and read … Continue reading

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How to send Exe files with GMail

As a software developer I often need to send exe-files by mail. Typically I send beta versions or bug fixes of my programs for people to try out and report back to me. But a lot of people use GMail … Continue reading

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How much do you dare putting in the cloud?

A story I found on r/technology highlights the dangers of tying up your life in “the cloud”; more specifically to trust a company with your personal data. Google, without explanation, shut down a user’s account and all associated services. The … Continue reading

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