AWSume is a command line tool that makes switching between multiple Amazon AWS profiles really easy and simple.
Here are some great news from GitHub: Dependency graph support is now available for PHP repositories with Composer dependencies.
You may see security alerts on your repositories as dependency graph support rolls out. When there’s a published vulnerability on any of the Composer dependencies that your project lists in
composer.lockfiles, GitHub will send you an alert including email or web notifications, depending on your preferences.
These now work for both public and private repositories, and repository admins can enable or disable the features as needed.
CommitStrip nails it once again …
“How HTTPS Works in 10 Minutes” is a simple, high-level overview of how HTTPS works. It doesn’t dive into too much detail or heavy math. But it does cover the main stages of how the connection is established, verified, and encrypted. These are the stages that are covered:
- You go to an HTTPS website via your browser
- The Client says “Hello”
- The Server says “Hello”
- The Client makes sure the SSL certificate is legitimate
- The Client gets the public key from the SSL certificate
- The Client uses the public key to make more random bytes
- The Client and Server make session keys
- The Client and Server compare session keys
- If the session keys match, game on