Bonding your network adapters for better performance

Nov 28, 2023

Combining your network adapters can speed up network performance – but a little more testing could lead to better choices.

Keyboard Eavesdropping

An introduction to acoustic keyloggers

Nov 28, 2023

Is someone listening in on your typing? Learn more about how acoustic keyloggers work.

What's the Name?

Secure name resolution with DNS-over-TLS

Oct 30, 2023

Ordinary DNS sends queries in plaintext. If you're looking for something safer, dial up the privacy with DNS-over-TLS.

A More Modern Man Page

Explainshell – A New Use for Man Pages

Feb 06, 2024

Explainshell aims to make documentation more accessible.

Number Game

Getting started with the R data analysis language

Nov 28, 2023

The R programming language is a universal tool for data analysis and machine learning.

Word Alert

Looking for WordPress vulnerabilities with WPScan

Oct 30, 2023

The number of potential WordPress vulnerabilities is stunning. WPScan scans your site to find the problems that could lead to compromise.

OpenUK’s State of Open Con 2024

Building Open Technology Skills at SOOCon24

Jan 29, 2024

State of Open Con is the UK's annual open technology conference for open source software, open hardware, open data, open standards, and AI openness.

Easy Extraction

An XML, HTML, and JSON data extraction tool

Sep 25, 2023

Xidel lets you easily extract and process data from XML, HTML, and JSON documents.

Secret Chain

Anonymity with ProxyChains

Sep 25, 2023

If you want to stay anonymous on the web, you don't need the Tor browser or a Tor-based distro like Tails. ProxyChains obscures your presence through proxies – with or without Tor on the back end.

Cleaning Apt Cache

What to do when Debian's Apt archives are full

Jan 09, 2024

Full Apt archives might be unexpected, but there are a few solutions if you encounter the issue.

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