Firefox Focus browser, built on WebKit, for Android has been downloaded 1 million times in a month. Whatever happen to Mozilla’s commitment to GeckoView?
Report false-positives in Windows SmartScreen to Microsoft when it thinks your software is malicious. Useful for programs without a security reputation.
SSLPing is a service that keeps an eye on the health of your TLS certificates and server security configuration. It’ll email you before your certificates expire.
The Windows Settings app will refuse to download additional language packs if you’ve locked a language in the legacy Control Panel.
The SpiderOak ONE backup service is better than their client software. Good security and privacy protections but tough to use.
I let my SpiderOak ONE trial expire and customer service didn’t quite know what to do when I wanted to continue with the service.
Improve your privacy by reducing how long Firefox retains cookies. Who needs to store them for decades? Firefox can cap it at a custom interval.
There’s finally some good news with regards to restoring VNC remote desktop capabilities in GNOME Wayland sessions. (It’s not fixed just yet.)
The Sense sleep monitoring system from Hello Inc. was discontinued and its cloud services put to sleep. Don’t buy cloud-connected products, kids!
Maintain a record of where you acquired royalty-free or Creative Commons stock photographs. It can prove to be a very valuable resource in your future.
A review of the budget Delock USB-C voltmeter/ammeter. It’s used to measure the power flowing through a USB Type-C connector.
I’d registered my Ctrl.blog domain with Get.blog. That service no longer exists and my domain was transferred to WordPress.com without notice.