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How to Configure HTTPS for Free

A long time ago, SSL/TLS was only used for e-commerce sites. Nowadays, every website is expected to use HTTPS with a signed certificate.

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Internet

No, the internet is NOT free

I mean, you have to pay your ISP for access to it, but that’s only half of the story.

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Privacy
Internet
Privacy

VPN’s do NOT magically make you untraceable

While a VPN can be a useful tool, it doesn’t magically make you untraceable online.

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Internet
Security

Do you need HTTPS on your website?

A lot of the web is in a rush to HTTPS to not get marked as insecure in browsers such as Google Chrome. But, do you really need HTTPS on your site?

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Internet
Security

Do you need a VPN?

With the death of net neutrality, many websites are advocating that you get a VPN, but is it really necessary?

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Internet
Linux Stuff

How to find the IP address of websites behind Cloudflare

This post will show you how to find the real IP of websites that are sitting behind the Cloudflare web proxy.

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Internet
Privacy

A rant about the GDPR

I’m not the only one that doesn’t like the GDPR, but I’ll put my reasons here.

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Internet

Which CloudFlare SSL option should I use?

Did you know that websites with HTTPS are ranked higher on some search engines, including Google?

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Internet

How to speed up your site(Part 1)

One of the most important things about running a website is having low loading times.

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Internet

The easy way out of creating a login system

If you’re designing a website, and don’t want to use social logins, but at the same time, don’t know how to create a login system, this post will show you the easy way out 🙂 .

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Internet
Privacy

You can’t hide

The internet is a great place; you can find nearly anything on it, but at what cost?

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Internet
Linux Stuff
WordPress

Web servers,web servers

You probably know I like changing my web server every two minutes.

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Internet
Security
WordPress

How to get a free wildcard SSL certificate!

Let’s Encrypt recently released free wildcard certificates for everyone!

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Internet

How to make money in the age of AdBlock

So, you have a website that used to make tons of money, but now, all your visitors use adblock.

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Internet
Security

How to set up an OpenVPN server

Creating your own VPN server is a cheap and now easy way to ensure your privacy.

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Internet

Why I switched back to CloudFlare

I know I switch things every other day, but I need a post for today, so here it is.

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Internet
Security

How is LastPass secure?

You’re probably all thinking that LastPass is not as secure as something like 1Password or KeePass, that you sync the file via email, because it’s all stored in the cloud.

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Internet
Security

How to protect your online accounts

It seems as if every day a new website gets hacked, and all the passwords are leaked.

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Coding
Internet

Hide URL in PHP video stream

It took me a long time to find how to stream video(video stream, my keyword, so I put this here so Yoast SEO will give me a higher score) via PHP without giving the URL to the end user.

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Internet
Security

Why I chose to use LastPass

Yes, I just wrote a post about why I switched to 1Password, but their Mac pricing was ridiculous.

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Internet
WordPress

Why I use Vultr

Vultr is one of the best VPS hosting solutions out there, and here’s what I like about them, and why I use them.

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Internet
Security

Why SSL Certificates are meaningless on public computers…

You’re probably used to thinking that if you see that green lock icon in your browser, you’re safe.

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Internet
Security

Why I think self-signed SSL certs are better than HTTP

I still can’t get why more or less any browser will complain with a big,red scary page when you go to a site with a self-signed SSL certificate.

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Internet
Security

Why I re-enabled HTTPS redirect

I recently re-added the redirect to make everything HTTPS, and this post is why.

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