This is just a quick post to alert that I have changed my PGP key. It doesn’t receive much use, but in the eventuality that someone may want to send me something potentially encrypted, I think it’s reasonably good to keep the record that I updated the key at some point. The contact page has been updated accordingly.
YubiKeys are hardware authentication devices that can be used with many applications, such as GPG, SSH and for 2 factor authentication. I have owned quite a few over the past years and recently I decided to upgrade them to the NFC version so I can use them with my mobile devices.
For quite some time, I have been setting up systems to backup my data of my computer, as well as fetching data from services, such as Trakt, Last.fm or GoodReads. There’s always one kind of service that has been on the back of my mind for a while to backup, but I’ve never got the time, nor the will to do so: email!
For quite some time, I have been getting more and more into the IndieWeb world and trying to own my own data. I have started publishing more to my website and using it as a place to store most of my public data, i.e., data I already published on other social media and platforms.
As Tom once said, it is now time to own my own reading log. Why? Despite all the reasons mentioned on Tom’s post, I also got bored of Goodreads and I ended up not using it as much as I should have.
Como muitas das novidades introduzidas na versão 5.5 do PHP, a API de passwords não passou despercebida aos desenvolvedores. Hoje vamos falar da criação de hash de passwords utilizando esta API.