I thought about my conundrum with cloud drives, and I think I figured things out.
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 [...]
A new security update (15.2.1) has been released for iPhone and iPad.
Apple just released iOS 14.8, which comes as a surprise considering we're expecting iOS 15 any day now. Since iOS 6, Apple released every new version of iOS in mid-September, and we expect no different this year. So, why release iOS 14.8 on September 13th? What's even more interesting is, [...]
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. [...]
In a previous post I reviewed the travel router GL-AR750S-Ext (Slate) from GL.iNET and recommended it. If you didn't know, the GL-AR750S-Ext (Slate) is an OpenWrt-based travel router with a custom GUI and added features on top that make it easier to use for non-technical users. You still can access [...]
My site is now being served with HTTP/3, which automatically means it's being served over QUIC, but what does that mean? Originally called "HTTP over QUIC" was later renamed to "HTTP/3" to make clear it's the new thing. But it's a pity QUIC isn't mentioned anymore because that's the amazing [...]
You might be using block lists by hosts-file.net but you shouldn't! One of the default block lists that used to be included with Pi-hole was https://hosts-file.net/ad_servers.txt but this is not maintained anymore, which is why it's got excluded from the defaults. But that doesn't mean it will get automatically removed [...]
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 to, remember to make a backup of your data first! [...]
As you might have heard or 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 EEPROM updates because if an update fails or happens during [...]