The Armored Code
A blog talking about offensive and defensive security and how to craft software in a secure way
How to wrap a long text to fit your terminal width in ruby
Today I was working over a new tabular output for Codesake::Dawn and I faced a problem. Vulnerabilities have a very long description that breaks all formatting resulting in something unreadable....
31 Jan 2014
Every bug has a sad, sad song
It was a busy month. Web sites out there are still attacked by villains and the first Codesake::Dawn major release was out this week. That’s because I didn’t post anything...
24 Jan 2014
Updates from the Ruby security world: 6 new vulnerabilities as X'mas gift
Wow, last week it was very busy in the ruby security annonuncement discussion group. A bunch of six new vulnerabilities were announced and, most of them, are cross site scripting...
11 Dec 2013
Ruby and omniauth-facebook gem security issues this week
A couple of days ago, on Italian Ruby mailing list, Paolo Montrasio reported two security issues occured in the ruby world.
26 Nov 2013
Let the sake for code to flow
UPDATE For a mistake this post appeared today on armoredcode.com without the text. Reason is that I created a placeholder to remember me to work on this.
18 Nov 2013
How to generate bruteforce friendly strings
It finally happened. You discovered that your favourite online store website has a REST API to suggest usernames. It’s a common pattern to allow the user registration form to suggest...
18 Nov 2013
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