This is important if you are automatically deploying web-apps using git (for example with a GitHub deploy key). What’s this about? If you are deploying your web-apps using git pull, either manually or automatically, chances are you are deploying straight… Read More »Stop your web server from leaking your “.git” directory
Looking for a very fast, easy method to ping and discover machines on your network on Windows, Mac or Linux? Try Angry IP Scanner – It’s free and open source! Angry IP Scanner is free, and allows you to discover… Read More »Very fast scan and ping of any network, from your computer!
Yes, that’s right! Windows 7 end of life was reached last month, on January 14th, 2020! What does this mean? That you will have to switch from Windows 7 to another OS. ⚠️ No matter what you choose to migrate… Read More »Reminder: Windows 7 is now officially dead (EOL reached)
As you might have heard of experienced, the Raspberry Pi 4 gets very hot. But there’s a firmware update now that will reduce power consumption and heat generation! And it’s effortless to do! Disabling automatic EEPROM updates I dislike automatic… Read More »Keep your Raspberry Pi 4 cool with a critical firmware update
You might need to chroot into a Linux distro of a different platform to run executables of that platform, and perform tasks. I will show you how! Getting the dependencies For this to work, you will need the correct qemu… Read More »How to chroot to a different platform on Linux using a single binary!
In my previous guides I showed you how to set up Tor, obfs4proxy and how to use it with Tor Browser. But what if you want to use your bridge from within the Tor daemon directly? I will show you… Read More »Using bridges with Tor daemon (service)
You might want to uninstall GitLab completely and all its data and I’ll show you how! And of course, this will delete everything! sudo gitlab-ctl uninstall sudo gitlab-ctl cleanse sudo gitlab-ctl remove-accounts Now uninstall either gitlab-ce or gitlab-ee with your… Read More »How to uninstall GitLab
Now that we have a Tor bridge running (previous guide), we might want to obfuscate the traffic to look more like normal HTTPS traffic. This is useful for censorship circumvention or if you simply don’t want “spies” knowing that you… Read More »Obfuscate your Tor bridge with obfs4
Annoyed by how slow Tor can be? Host your very own, private bridge somewhere to boost speeds! What is this guide about Whenever you use Tor, your connection goes through three servers. There’s an entry node, a relay in the… Read More »Set up a private Tor bridge to boost speed