It’s a tale as old as time. You’ve discovered the joys of self-hosting. You’ve fallen in love with open source. You’ve stumbled across the self-hosted community and can’t stop installing random software that you’ll barely use yourself. You’re not sure how what started out as “just a hobby”, ended up…
Passwords are just one of the many things we give to companies when we sign up for a service, and with watching these companies repeatedly fail to secure our data despite their promises, comes a new realization of just how much of our own data and privacy exists outside of our control. Any system…
Childhood is quite a diverse thing. As a kid, we all had our unique ‘go-to’ for when we were bored. It could’ve been reading books, building a treasure map with your friend, playing with trading cards or watching your parents argue. Mine was video games. A hobby I still carry with me today, but…
The way DNS works right now is pretty bad. It can (and probably already does) single handedly compromise the security of your web traffic. Use of TLS and HTTPS to encrypt and protect digital traffic is more or less ubiquitous now. In contrast, traditional DNS today remains woefully un-encrypted…
Arguing that you don’t care about the right to privacy because you have nothing to hide is no different than saying you don’t care about free speech because you have nothing to say. ~ Edward Snowden Edward Snowden may not have pioneered the resistance against the ‘Nothing to hide’ argument, but he’s…