What Your DNS Says About You

I know many people that just type in the usual Google public DNS when they need to add one to a computer or server. It’s easy right!? Just remember 8.8.8.8 and/or 8.8.4.4 it’s a no brainer! But what are we REALLY doing when we use Google for DNS? Your chosen DNS servers translate domains (xyz.com) […]

Protecting Your Privacy in a Selfie World

In today’s world where we post pictures of ourselves and pretty much everything around us there is the known risk of people being able to track you by the EXIF data with GeoTagging. But now a picture’s location can be determined by purely the image itself. No metadata needed. There are many other things that […]

Safe and Secure Browsing Through Home Computer

I have found a little OpenSSH switch to be one of my best friends. If I am at a strange client network, cafe, or conference I use “-D” to make me feel warm and fuzzy all over. In OpenSSH if you use this switch you create an SSH SOCKS proxy on the port you specify. […]