Ransomware infections encrypt your files and you must pay hundreds of dollars (in Bitcoin currency) in order to decrypt them. If you don’t pay by a certain date, the ransom amount is either jacked up and/or it will delete all your files.
I’ve always been wary of connecting to public wifi hotspots, so the past few days I’ve been playing around with setting up a VPN server for personal use. It took a while, but I’m quite pleased with the result and wanted to share the steps I took.
Because I couldn’t find any guides on how to add adblocking capabilities to an OpenVPN server using dnsmasq, this post contains the steps and code I used.
Setting up automated tweets may at first sound like a huge task, but it really is simple. This blog post shows you how to set this up within 10 minutes using PHP.
In this post, I offer a screenshot-rich walkthrough of ProtonVPN, ProtonMail’s new VPN service currently in limited beta testing.