I just finished getting some self signed certs installed on the server. This means all sites will have SSL logins and I can start allowing people to register! Also look for a follow-up post on how I made it all work. Update – The server has been switched from self signed certs, to Free StartCom [...]
Yesterday I posted about tweaking Deluge. In there I also talked about the block lists.Today I decided I would take the time to update the script that compiles all the blocklists to one file every weekend.
Yesterday I noted that I prefer the Deluge BitTorrent client for my torrenting (is that a word yet?) listing several reasons. Today I want to show you how to set it up to maximize its usefulness. From configuring network connection settings, to setting up the block list plug-in, there are plenty of features to tweak [...]
I just got finished reading (and technically flaming) a article from the ITSecurity site. The article, The Big Ol’ Ubuntu Security Resource, starts off by trying to scare you. “So you thought Ubuntu was secure? Think again! I did a Google search with the words Ubuntu and security and you wont believe what I found! [...]
So what is the deal with encryption? What is it? What does it do? Why would I want to use it? How does it work? How can I put it to use? These are all very good questions and by the end of this article, you’ll be considered an “Encryption Pro” (well at least by [...]
Password security in some form or another is en-grained into our society as the “de facto” method of authenticating identity. Passwords are literally everywhere, from email, online banking, or even just logging into your computer at home, work, or school. Stop for a minute though, and let’s think why we want good passwords, what goes [...]