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Internet
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WordPress

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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Privacy
Security

Encryption Is All Or Nothing

On December 2, 2015, 14 people were killed and 22 others were injured in a terrorist attack that occurred in San Bernardino, CA. An iPhone was found at the scene, and the FBI requested that Apple make a version of iOS that would allow them to bypass many security features of iOS in order to […]

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Password
Security

Why You Need a Password Manager

You probably have at least dozens and dozens of online accounts.

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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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Security

How to store passwords(for website developers)

If you’re designing a login system, then please store passwords correctly.

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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
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
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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Linux Stuff
Security

Why you should run Debian on your chromebook

I recently installed Debian on my chromebook with the help of a tool called crouton.

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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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Security

The most secure way to send messages

If you’re like me, you probably worry that the messages you send will end up in the wrong hands.

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Security

Why I use LastPass and not KeePass

I usually prefer open source products over closed source ones, but not with password managers.

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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
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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Internet
Linux Stuff
Security
WordPress

How this server is protected from DDoS attacks

I recently decided to switch away from CloudFlare and put my VPS directly on the internet.

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Internet
Security

Why I disabled HTTPS auto redirect

We all know how important TLS is when you submit forms. But is it really necessary on all of my posts?

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Security

How to stay secure on your computer

Today I will teach you how to keep your shiny new(or dull old) computer safe in the modern world.

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