This detailed guide will show you how to reliably access your Home Assistant instance remotely without having a fixed/static IP and NAT as options.
Firefox is widely considered to be a very secure browser, however their default settings focus primarily on security with some basic privacy protection. This article will go through some of the more refined privacy settings and additional steps to improve overall privacy.
Privacy and encryption go together like peanut butter and jelly. At the very heart of most encryption strategies is a set of keys and a key exchange. Most of you have probably already heard of PGP (Pretty Good Privacy) and are confused about GPG.
Generate a strong 4096 bit key
List generated keys
Upload key to default servers
If your current strategy is either using the same password everywhere or plain writing it down a Password Manager can drastically improve your online security. When it comes to tools there's a lot of choice to be had. I will go over the different options and their benefits and drawbacks.
Why should you care about your privacy when you have nothing to hide? Well, the thing is.. everyone has something to hide at some point in their lives. It can be something incredibly insignificant but consider this; everything you do online is being recorded and archived.
Today we'll show you just how to encrypt all your home traffic therefore making sure you're ISP can't easily track your every move. First off, there multiple ways to encrypt your traffic all with varying levels of anonimity and performance penalty. Usually the trade-off is anoniminiy vs performance. It's equally important to note that anonimity doesn't come out of the box. Therefore this is not a post about how to remain anonymous on the web, I'm simply showing you a way to shield your browsin…
There are several ways to run Android without Google Apps. Probably the easiest way is to simply don't install any GAPPS package at all and see if that is something you can live with within your day to day use-case. Since for most users this is not the case we need a solution to bridge the gap(ps). MicroG MicroG is a drop-in backported API for basic Google Play Services mocking. A lot of apps require Play Services to exist in the system to function properly. By installing the MicroG GMS packa…