A deep look at the ASUSWRT router firmware including its usability, security, and privacy. It has some good and some bad parts.
So, is the Linux firewall distribution IPFire well suited as a home network router? It can do the job, but it’s far from intuitive.
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 SpiderOak ONE backup service is better than their client software. Good security and privacy protections but tough to use.
The Sense sleep monitoring system from Hello Inc. was discontinued and its cloud services put to sleep. Don’t buy cloud-connected products, kids!
A review of the budget Delock USB-C voltmeter/ammeter. It’s used to measure the power flowing through a USB Type-C connector.
How upgrading the USB 3.1 PCIe controller on my mainboard let my devices quick-charge over USB 3.1. Plus, it’s nice to add more USB ports to your PC.
Ads had promised me that Hover.com was a great domain registrar. Trusting them to handle my domains turned out to be a big mistake.
Compare three budget content delivery networks to find which one gets you the most bang for your bucks. Minimum pricing varies greatly.
Let’s just say Logitech’s G403 gaming mouse hardware, firmware, and the companion software has some design flaws. Buy any other mouse.
My experiences running Linux on the fifth-generation Lenovo ThinkPad Carbon X1. All but the GPS and fingerprint reader worked out of the box.
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.