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Content that I just found in the net and that I suggest you to read.

Code an App With GraphQL, React Native and AWS AppSync: the Back-End

In these tutorials, I'll show you how to create and interact with a GraphQL database using AWS AppSync and React Native. This app will have real-time & offline functionality, something we get out of the box with AppSync. In this post we'll get started by setting up the back-end with AppSync. Click for the full article. This

By | 2018-02-17T09:48:10+00:00 Februar 17th, 2018|Found in the Internet|0 Comments

AWS IoT Core Now Supports MQTT Connections with Certificate Based Client Authentication On Port 443

Beginning today, you have more options to securely connect your devices to AWS IoT Core. You can use MQTT with certificate based client authentication on port 443. Previously this combination of protocol and authentication mechanism was only supported on port 8883. Click for the full article. This excerpt was posted by IFTTT through Pocket.

By | 2018-02-08T10:29:13+00:00 Februar 8th, 2018|Found in the Internet|0 Comments

It’s Hard To Change The Keys To The Internet And It Involves Destroying HSM’s

The root of the DNS tree has been using DNSSEC to protect the zone content since 2010. DNSSEC is simply a mechanism to provide cryptographic signatures alongside DNS records that can be validated, i.e. prove the answer is correct and has not been tampered with. Click for the full article. This excerpt was posted by

By | 2018-02-07T16:14:33+00:00 Februar 7th, 2018|Found in the Internet|0 Comments