Google’s Advanced Protection Program is a joke

By |2021-09-10T16:38:46+02:00September 10th, 2021|Sharing|

Today, I wanted to sign in to one of my old Google accounts. And like all my Google accounts, this one also uses Google's Advanced Protection Program. If you don't know, Google's Advanced Protection Program is a thing you can enable for your Google account which enforces the use of [...]

GL.iNet GL-AR750S-Ext Update V3.203 (Aug 3, 2021)

By |2021-09-10T14:33:24+02:00September 10th, 2021|Update|

I just saw that the GL.iNet SLATE has a new update available, namely version 3.203... I previously had 3.201 installed, which you can read about here. The changelog in the device update panel for version 3.203 reads: OpenWrt Distribution: Based on OpenWrt 19.07.7 (AR150,MIFI,AR300M,USB150,N300,AR750,AR750S,X750,E750,X1200,XE300,MT300N-V2,MT1300,MV1000) Based on QSDK11 (B1300,S1300,AP1300) Security: 1. [...]

Git SSH with YubiKey on Windows

By |2021-09-09T08:44:29+02:00September 9th, 2021|Guide, Tech Support|

Assuming you set up PGP (GPG) on your YubiKey, all you need to do is: Install Gpg4win from here.Install PuTTY from here.Tell git to use it (CMD): git config --global core.sshcommand "plink -agent" 4. Edit or create %appdata%\gnupg\gpg-agent.conf with the following contents: enable-putty-support enable-ssh-support use-standard-socket default-cache-ttl 600 max-cache-ttl 7200 5. [...]

ProtonMail dots, hyphens and underscores

By |2021-08-07T06:58:13+02:00August 6th, 2021|Sharing|

I just found an undocumented feature in ProtonMail... which I thought you might find useful to know. Backstory I use ProtonMail as my primary email hosting provider nowadays, as it gives me convenient PGP encryption across my devices, and all incoming emails that are not already PGP encrypted will be [...]

Cryptomator: Fix lock/unmount on Windows

By |2021-08-07T07:15:30+02:00August 2nd, 2021|Guide, Tech Support|

You probably reached this page because you tried to lock or unmount your Cryptomator vault on Windows, and it told you that it couldn't do so and that you could force it, with the possibility of data loss. The reason for this, is that some process (program) is still accessing [...]

Go to Top