I'm writing some security software, and don't want anyone to be able to intercept data as its passed from client->server, and server->client. The best way to do this is over HTTPS via SSL. However, ...
I'm looking at possible options to build a secure channel between multiple embedded devices with limited cryptography capabilities and an HTTP server (It could be some sort of web service). 1. ...
I am creating a page on a website that will show a user some authorized information from another website, and that website uses a combination of the user's user-number and a secret passphrase hashed ...
If you are using SSL already, it appears Basic auth is the way to go since you can perform bcrypt with the password when you store it in the database, where as Digest auth only allows md5. As we know, ...
Why is HTTP still commonly used, instead what I would believe much more secure HTTPS?