To get July started off well, let's post a big bunch of security-related stuff that caught my eye in the first half of the year:
- A little primer on breaking Web security
- A book on security engineering from Ross Anderson ("Security engineering is about building systems to remain dependable in the face of malice, error, or mischance." I like it.)
- Secure your REST API ... the right way.
- How the Syrian Electronic Army hacked the Onion's Twitter account. Social engineering is pretty cool, actually.
- Are hackers a step ahead? A kind of overview blog post about Web security.
- Mesh networking to protect against NSA eavesdropping (Mother Jones, so more of a political article than a technical one, obviously).