With this guide, building and installing obfs4proxy is a no-brainer if you know how to use a terminal and have Git and Go installed.
Why you shouldn't use SKS, and what to use instead.
After following this guide, you should be able to encrypt, decrypt and sign emails within Thunderbird, even with a smartcard. This guide assumes you already have a GPG keyring or know how to set it up. Install GPG Suite Download and install GPG Suite from [here]. Install MacPorts and gpgme [...]
Brief Today I'll show you how to set up PGP WKD (Web Key Discovery), to easily distribute your public key, so that anyone who has your email address will be able to get your public key (in some cases automatically) while being reasonably sure that it's the real key. Requirements [...]
I am writing this post because Thunderbird 78.x has issues for advanced PGP users
I met someone through this very blog. We have been emailing back and forth, and eventually the question arised why I'm so interested in IT security. My response was, that there's no particular reason and I guess it's just "obvious" to me. To which he replied seemingly perplexed, that I [...]
Not really, or at least that's not the goal. Let me explain. So, people have been posting about the new macOS update being evil and sending an application hash to Apple before allowing you to open the application (unless you're offline, then it will just open the application). This sounded [...]
Today we'll set up a DoH forwarder which will act as DNS server that will accept queries and forward them to a DNS over HTTPS provider of your choosing. This is useful when you want to run a local forwarder so that your ISP or attackers cannot spy on- or [...]
You might have encountered websites with a pretty onion address that contains a human-readable prefix. I will show you how to get a custom onion address, using your GPU! Whats an onion address? An onion address can only be reached through Tor. It's like a domain name but which ends [...]
Pi-hole recently released an update that tells Firefox to bypass DoH, and this might be undesirable. I have the solution! Firefox basically checks for specific DNS records, and if found, will disable DNS over HTTPS. This can be useful if you're on a corporate network and have DNS servers in [...]