OpenSSL must die, for it will never get any better.
"Not invented here" syndrome is not unique to the IT world.
Cryptography as privacy works only if both ends work at it in good faith.
Quality happens only when someone is responsible for it.
If it does not take a full second to calculate the password hash, it is too weak.
Until our programming languages catch up, code will be full of horrors
The time has come for software liability laws.
Did Ken, Dennis, and Brian choose wrong with NUL-terminated text strings?
As more and more systems care about time at the second and sub-second level, finding a lasting solution to the leap seconds problem is becoming increasingly urgent.
Why can't we all use standard libraries for commonly needed algorithms?
To move forward with programming languages we need to break free from the tyranny of ASCII.
Think you've mastered the art of server performance? Think again.