This guide will show you how to securely encrypt and send messages to and from your friends/family with reasonable belief no one else would be able to intercept your messages. This tutorial uses Mailvelope and Gmail.
I’ve recently moved most of my files on Dropbox into an encrypted folder, thanks to encfs4win (for my Windows computers) and Encdroid (to access them on my phone). Here is a guide I’ve put together with how to do the same with some best practices.
Tonight, I spent around 3.5 hours coding Incriminating Twitter, which gets potentially incriminating public tweets to show the importance of thinking before tweeting.
It’s a shame that the US Government (and affiliated companies, such as Google, Apple, Facebook, Microsoft, Skype) have been lying to us about our privacy. This post will go through some alternative services for increased privacy.
I had quite the experience eating at a (previously) preferred hot pot restaurant in Toronto today.