Firefox’s FPI system keeps websites from tracking your movements across websites. This gives excellent privacy protections but at a cost of web compatibility.
Here is what you can do to protect yourself against websites injecting tracking-code into the software installers you download.
Popular software vendors inject unique tracking identifiers when you download their installers to track you all the from the web and onto the desktop.
Firefox removed the ability to add new search engines with OpenSearch when it removed the separate search field. It has now restored OpenSearch discovery support.
A tutorial for setting up a recursive DNS over TLS resolver server with Knot Resolver on Fedora Linux.
Get fun ideas and inspiration for what to name your Roomba from iRobot’s list of the most popular Roomba names. Twenty of the best Roomba name suggestions.
How to set up Let’s Encrypt certificate renewals with Certbot automatically punching-through a NAT router/firewall to reach the internet.
MikroTik RouterOS doesn’t allow mapping ports 80 or 443 over UPnP. Quite a few games need this port. Here is how to enable UPnP even on reserved ports.
The final part and conclusions in my four-part review series of the Vilfo VPN router. Is it worth its premium price tag?
I found several privacy and security issues with the Vilfo VPN router during my week-long review.
The Vilfo VPN/security router has support for Wi-Fi, but it’s too under-powered to serve as your household’s Wi-Fi router.
The Vilfo router uses off-the-shelve hardware components but it isn’t top-grade stuff. It’s Wi-Fi is underwealming and isn’t designed for privacy and security.