Chrome extensions have grown to be a genuine part of the web browser we use every day. Security is paramount when reviewing an extension and Crxcavator is here to help you do that.
The internet is an integral part of our life, we can’t stop using services or browsing websites but we need to protect ourselves while doing so. In this article, I share some useful web extensions that will improve your online security and privacy.
Monica is an open-source web application to organize the interactions with your loved ones. Think of it as a CRM for your friends or family. In this post, I share a simple, easy to follow guide for those who want to self-host Monica.
Setapp is a paid software subscription service that gives users access to a wide range of applications geared towards the Apple ecosystem. If you have a MacBook or an iPhone, Setapp will provide you with superb selection of applications for the price of a coffee.
Web Analytics is a useful tool for website owners; it allows them to improve their websites and fix issues. I implemented Fathom Lite to collect useful statistics while respecting the privacy of my visitors, and so could you.
Firefox Send is a great file sharing service with E2EE and automatic deletion. In this post, I walk you through the steps to self host your own instance.
This year, I am trying to get back to my old reading habits and repair a fractured relationship with books. If you are looking for something to read, here is my reading list. I hope you find a book that intrigues you.
It can frustrate to find out your favorite self-hosted application doesn’t support authentication of any type. Not to worry, in this post I will walk you through the steps to add authentication to any website using a simple and easy to configure Oauth proxy.
I was working on recovering some lost websites through their cached copies on the Wayback Machine. I needed a much faster (and more offline) way to access these cached copies of websites. Hartator's Wayback Machine Downloader to the rescue.
Are you trying to connect to an RDS instance from a Python script while maintaining SSL encryption? If so, then you are in luck, the following script provides a simple example of how to create and use such a connection.