Blog in a Weekend Turns 3 !

3 Weeks of Development and here we go again !

Exactly 2 weeks after the first version was released VyperBlog™ gets a major upgrade in the form of User Management with a Self-Help Kiosk.

First, you can read more about VyperBlog™ right here VyperBlog v0.25 (06-28-2010).

Here’s the Self-Help Kiosk

During this past week of development VyperBlog™ needed the ability to Register new Users, Login Users along with the ability to Reset User Passwords and Resend Account Activation Notices as well as Logout.

At this point VyperBlog™ uses the Django Authentication Model however this is perfectly fine for now; perhaps later if there is enough interest VyperBlog™ might get to use the Google Authentication Model however for now Django Authentication works perfectly well.

Added Security

For added security VyperBlog™ forces all Password changes to disable the User’s Account and emails a new Account Activation Notification.

Secure Site™

VyperBlog™ is powered by Web 2.0 and requires JavaScript to function.  Because of this it is quite difficult for your typical hacker to program bots that might perform malicious activities such as programmatically create user accounts or the like.

Normal web sites that do not use the Secure Site™ feature will emit links a hacker can use and abuse however VyperBlog™ does not do this.  All URL values are linked to UI components at runtime and this requires JavaScript support as well as the ability to execute jQuery code.

Secure Site™ raises the bar for hackers and requires them to get far more innovative than that might have wanted to become.

Secure Site™ can be further enhanced to raise the bar even higher through the use of innovative techniques most web developers are simply not aware of nor use.

Secure Image™

Secure Image™ provides a safe and secure method for handling images and other static assets that limits the ability of your typical browser to cache the content one would normally see in their browser’s cache.

Secure Image™ transmits all static content through a single URL using a Web 2.0 technique that clobbers the last image that was cached with the current image that was retrieved.  The last image is clobbered by a trash image.

Secure Image™ will remain a safe and secure method until browser makers choose to cache all images regardless of the URI used to fetch the content and this is an unlikely feature for any browser maker to use since doing so would be seen a being a bit silly by most web developers.

Secure Image™ works best for those who wish to keep their content from being cached by the browser and since the Porn Industry would benefit the most from Secure Image™ it is hoped that industry will begin using it shortly.

Anyone who sells their content through a web page would want to use Secure Image™ or some variant of this technique since PDFs could be delivered using Secure PDF™ and other files could be transmitted likewise.

Want to get started using VyperBlog™ ?

You can read more about VyperBlog™ right here VyperBlog v0.25 (06-28-2010).

VyperBlog™ is Open Source which means the price is right !

VyperBlog™ runs in the Google Cloud with minor modifications and a bit of customizing.

You can buy support for VyperBlog™ by emailing


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