Date: Mon, 08 Jun 2015 18:31:58 +0200 From: Sven Kieske <svenkieske@...il.com> To: oss-security@...ts.openwall.com Subject: Re: Suggestions Sought for Appsec Reading List -----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- Hash: SHA256 On 08.06.2015 05:09, Scott Arciszewski wrote: > Hi oss-sec readers! > > Earlier this year, we decided to start a curated list for learning > about application security and host it on Github. > > Currently, we have a good spread of general topics and > PHP-specific security pitfalls, but we'd like to gather more > resources to help developers with experience in a particular > language learn how to build more resilient applications. > > https://github.com/paragonie/awesome-appsec > > The list lives at that URL, please send pull requests. It's as easy > as creating a .json file somewhere appropriately within the data/ > directory; I'll take care of the rest. > > Scott Arciszewski Chief Development Officer Paragon Initiative > Enterprises <https://paragonie.com> > Is this intended just for programmers or also system administrators? if so, you might want to add the recommendations of https://bettercrypto.org their recommendations can be found here as a pdf: https://bettercrypto.org/static/applied-crypto-hardening.pdf and on github as latex source (I believe). if this is not about save configuration of services, please feel free to ignore this message. kind regards Sven -----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE----- Version: GnuPG v2 iQGcBAEBCAAGBQJVdcN+AAoJEAq0kGAWDrqlpZcL/2uQfEpiXTMt7BHxRlXrHJXp lQs0T7z9dsPjeibU5/XXhe9zX8r3EjrjwkJVVlBqH3rr6LZOyiNnzVWIUrzLPqSq A7PLlKLEKGAW3W4i+/txQWd4atYt2xIVEwv52qpmoB0zFBhQ+hqszq7nnwHlkNO2 fTEuziDNv2iohTYrm6MC4+faJcobLLZzxz32/7kgXvyJfiGxUrnDAbiRcAo1L1Dh j44GCbOo7YaQtayaQn9wYnclnrq76w0qfDHfxzIQXVyTyDAvrZAeevF34bYxcdWF IRif1H4llhq8DXoFt49fmtKkyGXUtnJ73NOkcdizakRllX/+I1uU4n9Dk9zsLwpN 4I1wlxWasryCx2qxdSxc3mN8Ru7T35tRYrh0OJU7T1S7Z5XzrWfxAkbPv81FFJvk nVwjBnTZ+Hq6wjyNLv/p7ZlVRnvrX9QbV7bv2u4C8y8HGjV0ZbbOnC5+uJPSMkF4 SfwpoawTe6JDBxFaQGV7TcVhn4Fi5shwJxlZiPAZcQ== =oaHM -----END PGP SIGNATURE-----
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