Regular Android devices when up-to-date with the latest security patches are quite secure to a certain degree. However when it comes to privacy it's definitely not great. A lot can be configured to be more robust and less permissive though the granularity is very limited. When it comes to Google apps/services however there's simply no way to truly opt-out of many of the background tracking behavior. This is because Google Play Services runs as a system app on these devices, giving it access to a…
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.