I'm home! Ideally, I'd be home recovering from travel but it hasn't quite worked out that way, particularly with the Red Cross Blood Service having a massive data leak. I blogged abut that in some detail yesterday, but I wanted to talk about it in this week's update video and give some more context as to what went on and why I made some of the decisions I did. Plus, there's the mega-trip wrap up, a quick preview of some upcoming stuff on my Ubiquiti network setup and my thoughts on how the web is held together with sticky tape.
- The Red Cross Blood Service leak (yes, it's massive and no, it's not in HIBP - I explain why)
- A blow-by-blow account of my mega trip (we all share the most glamorous bits of our lives on social, here's some of the darker ones of my recent trip as well)
- The IoT DDoS is a reminder of how fragile the web is (stateless HTTP combined with cookie for auth needing anti-forgery tokens to prevent CSRF - it's all just held together with sticky tape)
- Barkly sponsored the blog this week (there's a free e-book behind that link!)