Cross-site Scripting (XSS) origins go (arguably) back to a lab in Microsoft in 1999. With the first disclosure of the issue titled “Malicious HTML Tags Embedded in Client Web Requests“, this research sparked an entire generation of an attack that somehow still seems to persist in modern web applications today. Despite this vulnerability being well-known… Read More


Using the word “unhackable” is generally considered a bad ideaTM due to this being a largely unobtainable feat with software. In this post I attempt to get as close to “unhackable” as possible with my own personal blog (the one you’re reading right now). I have designed the process in such a way that it… Read More