Traditional DNS queries (mapping a domain name to an IP address) are sent in plain-text and are not private. Enabling DNS-over-TLS on your router will help ensure the DNS queries remain private for all your devices at home.
With the release of two DNS resolvers: Cloudflare 22.214.171.124 for Families and CIRA Canadian Shield, I decided to do a quick test of these two in addition to Quad9.
Cloudflare’s 126.96.36.199 WARP VPN (free, unlimited bandwidth) is only officially supported via their mobile apps currently, but there is a way to have your other devices use the WARP network.
ProtonMail announced today that ProtonCalendar is available as a beta version for all paid ProtonMail users and this blog post is a compilation of what it looks like.
Do you miss the good old days of using MSN Messenger? Check out Escargot, a custom server that makes old versions of MSN Messenger and Windows Live Messenger work again. This blog post will go over how you can get started.