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help defeat internet censorship with the Snowflake browser plugin

In some countries, you aren’t allowed to surf freely on the internet. Sites are censored, your traffic is monitored, your privacy and freedom are limited.Tools like the Tor browser help to bypass these internet blockades, but they rely on Tor-proxies. Running a Tor proxy takes some dedication and a certain technical background, but with the […]

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using dependabot without uploading code to GitHub

GitHub has a cool feature called Dependabot. It automatically checks any repositories for potential security problems with the dependencies it’s using. For .NET projects, that means it will check if you have any NuGet project references that should be updated, because of security issues.This is all great and awesome, but what if you have this […]

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how to use messenger and facebook without the app

Facebook is probably the worst social media company out there, so it makes sense you don’t want their apps on your phone. But unfortunately your less privacy concerned friends are all gleefully using Facebook and Messenger and you don’t want to miss out. I understand your pain. Here’s a simple guide to still use Zuck’s […]

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a practical guide to using KeePass password manager

Thinking about using a password manager that is free, secure and you have your doubts about the online ones? Well lucky you, this is just the post you are looking for. With all these hacks and breaches going around you shouldn’t be reusing passwords and you know it. Instead, you can let a password manager […]

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internet privacy security society

join the EFF summer security reboot and get some cool dice

The Electronic Frontier Foundation is on the fore-front when it comes to defending our digital rights. Even as a European I think they are doing important work even though they are mostly US centric. This because whatever happens in the US ripples over the pond and affects Europe and the rest of the world anyway. […]