Public key encryption on php|architect

Warning: This blogpost has been posted over two years ago. That is a long time in development-world! The story here may not be relevant, complete or secure. Code might not be complete or obsoleted, and even my current vision might have (completely) changed on the subject. So please do read further, but use it with caution.
Posted on 01 Mar 2011
Tagged with: [ magazine ]  [ php|a

Yesterday the February edition of php|architect came out. I always look forward upon the new release every month, but even more so this month since it features an article about “Public Key Encryption” I’ve written for php|a. It’s more or less a written version of my public key authentication 101 talk and consists of not only the theory behind it, but also some php examples on using public key authentication in your own projects. As always, comments on either my blog or php|architect’s are welcome.

Hope you enjoy it as much as I did writing it…