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An open padlock hanging from an antenna on the back of a Wi-Fi router with Ethernet ports visible.

Network routers are just computers

Network routers are neither appliances nor magic; they’re computers and computers require ongoing maintenance and security patching. But whose job is that?

An abstract illustration of interlinked nodes.

Why we need the distributed web

The web has become too centralized. The distributed peer-to-peer (P2P) web can help tear down the walled gardens erected by big tech companies.

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Review: Managed GeoDNS on a budget

A comparison review of six GeoDNS service providers. GeoDNS can help reduce latency by directing your website traffic to the nearest datacenter.

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Change the default SSH port in Fedora

Reduce brute-force password guessing and scripted attacks on your SSH service running on a Fedora Server by changing away from the default SSH port number.