What do I use to create software? VSCode? Sublime? Atom? What is my theme? Do I use Linters? All of that, and much more in this post.
I think every computer/networking enthusiast have to get a server, sooner or later. If it's used for hosting Minecraft parties, web servers, file servers or whatever else, you'll very quickly discover the charm of having such a thing. I mean you can do basically anything with it. And if you do mind paying a monthly or hourly fee to a big corporate, like I do, then you'll wonder.. How can I get a private, owned by myself server? Well I wondered the same, and got the answer(s). So buckle up, because this is the story, of my NAS.
Having ability to automatically connect to your home WiFi is nice. Actually, whole WiFi technology is really imrpessive, and many people calls it a marvel of modern age. But this convinient wireless connection comes with great deal of security flaws, which can be exploited by malicious persons. Nothing can be completely hidden, and ranging from seeing what webpages you visit to completely yanking your personal data, files and whatknot, WiFi is a huge security hole that needs to be fixed. In this post, we will look at some vulnerabilities, how they work and try to recommend some fixes for average users.
This project is abandoned, there will be NO continuation.
One day, I’ve been watching DistroTube’s video on something, and he mentioned Mastodon and LBRY. I’ve got curious and started to research, what it was about. Suddenly, after few hours of reading and researching, I just came up with an idea:
Let’s try to live my online live completely on decentralized web
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