HTTPS is very secure, but it has one flaw: It’s not on by default. An attacker in the middle could hijack a user’s connection before you can tell them to use HTTPS. HSTS solves this issue, and enables HTTPS site-wide.
Responsive design is the idea of making your website look great at any resolution—not just on desktop and mobile. With a responsive site, your desktop and mobile site are the same page, and scale with window size.
API servers are everywhere—anytime you connect to or refresh a web application, your browser is sending out requests for the latest data. We’ll take a look at how that’s handled behind the scenes, and how you can code your own API server.
Microsoft’s Patch Tuesday today patches one of the worst vulnerabilities ever reported to the company: Zerologon, which earned a 10/10 score on the Common Vulnerability Scoring System, and allows remote takeover of any Windows network using Active Directory.
Two Factor Authentication, or 2FA, has been around for a while. It usually refers to using an SMS code as an additional step for logging in to your account. However, the term has been being replaced by “Multi-Factor Authentication.” What’s the difference?