Loads of bits and pieces this week ranging from travel (including something truly awesome that I can’t go into detail on just yet) to Report URI to HIBP. There’s also the competition for the Lenovo ThinkPad where I talk about the 4 finalists and if you’re reading this within about 18 hours of me posting it, you can still vote for them here:
It’s time to vote! I’ve picked the best 4 projects using the @haveibeenpwned API to do some really cool stuff, whoever comes out top here wins a shiny Lenovo ThinkPad. Check out their work then vote below: https://t.co/kGclEuapyv
— Troy Hunt (@troyhunt) November 10, 2017
At the time of me writing this, two entrants are neck and neck on 31% each and even the lowest voted entry is at 17% so it’s awesome to see them all being so well received. So that’s in this week’s update as well as my post about the one valuable thing that all websites have – reputation. Enjoy!
- I’ll be at McAfee’s MPOWER event in Sydney on Tuesday (it’s a freebie so get on down there if you’re around)
- Check out the top submissions for my Lenovo ThinkPad competition (there’s some very cool stuff been done with the HIBP API, not just by the top 4 finalists either)
- All websites have something of value to attackers – reputation (this one especially for those who say “there’s nothing attractive to attackers on our site”)
- Gold Security is sponsoring my blog again this week (big shout-out to those guys for their ongoing support!)