Paris Web 2017: Web Performance in the spotlight!

The 12th edition of Paris Web – the unmissable event dedicated to web quality – has been held last week. With Dareboost – for the very first time – as one of the sponsors. As a matter of fact, our on-site stand has not been – by far – the only place where one would learn about web performance! This event also allowed us to meet long-time clients and partners, as well as Harry Roberts, a renowned and amazing speaker and also a prescriber for Dareboost! Continue reading

[Infographics] DiG Publishing Lisbon: website speed tests results for leading european publishers

As Dareboost is one of the 40 selected startups coming from 15 countries by DiG Publishing to present their services to 120+ leading european publishers, we have decided to test the web performance of some of those top news medias and vertical websites with large audience before going to Lisbon. Here are the detailed results. Continue reading

Ensure secured connections with HSTS (HTTP Strict Transport Security)

Our regular readers already know that HTTPS is now a requirement for any websites. The urge to get rid of unsecured navigation has never been stronger: each release of Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox comes with a new warning sign for users sharing private data. Soon, all forms will be concerned.

But offering an HTTPS version of your website is not enough to automatically redirect all your HTTP traffic to this secured version. Continue reading

Secure your cookies to the next level with SameSite attribute

After reading our last article about how to secure your cookies, you may (should?) already be using Secure and HttpOnly flags. As a reminder, ‘Secure’ allows to prevent a cookie to be sent on a non-secure web page, whereas ‘HttpOnly’ prevents any client-side usage of a given cookie.
It is now time to take your website security to the next level with one more attribute for your cookies! Let’s talk about SameSite instruction, allowing to prevent Cross-Site Request Forgery (CSRF) attacks and Cross-Site Script Inclusion (XSSI). Continue reading