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I thought about my conundrum with cloud drives, and I think I figured things out.
Why you shouldn't use SKS, and what to use instead.
See? I learned since my last post, I'm not referring to Mozilla this time. :D Introduction Some time ago, I wrote [a popular article] about Thunderbird version 78.x, and how built-in PGP was generally a good idea, but the implementation was subpar for advanced users. I had stopped using Thunderbird [...]
You probably heard of the Log4j vulnerability by now, and you probably know that (the original) Minecraft is written in Java, and so is the server, and it uses Log4j. So, Minecraft servers are affected by this. I do run a small Minecraft server network (https://www.bitloco.org) but I haven't had [...]
Comments not found You might have heard by now that YouTube is deleting user comments, perhaps you commented on one of my videos and your comment disappeared unexectedly... Let me assure you, I have not deleted any comments at all so far. Background I started my YouTube channel about two [...]
So, Windows 11 is out! Time to share some special product keys. But please note: These are not normal product keys, if you think you can just use them to activate Windows, you're very wrong! These are product keys that are either temporary (for up- or down-grades) or keys that [...]
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 [...]
I just remembered, it was my Mac mini and Apple's software, and WoW that got me into software development. 😳 A bit of background I was a child and all our school machines were Macs… So, for compatibility’s sake I wished for a Mac mini for Christmas of 2007, which [...]
If you ever used a Mac and had to install an application, you probably noticed that often there's no installer unlike on Windows. You just drag and drop the application to your /Applications folder. The downside is, there's often also no uninstaller for those applications. Now, you might say "just [...]