Verifying File Authenticity via Hashing
Whenever I am stuck on deciding what to write for my next article, I usually can depend on some of my friends to give me some ideas albeit they themselves won’t know of this! A lot of times I do get ideas on some topics but decided to skip on them because I keep thinking… (2 comments)

Bypass ISP Video Throttling with a VPN
You know what grinds my gears? ISP throttling. That’s what. Ever wonder why it is that your Youtube videos lag and buffer every few seconds in 720p or 1080p mode even though you know with an absolute certainty that your bandwidth is not the problem? OK, so that issue might not happen 24/7 but did… (1 comment)

WebMail Encryption with Mailvelope
Email encryption is something I’ve always pushed for to whomever is willing to listen! One of the hardest part when it comes to email encryption is the user factor. Many users just don’t see a need to use a desktop email client just to implement some type of email encryption. Many of us are more… (11 comments)

OpenPGP in Outlook with gpg4o
It seems that getting a free OpenPGP solution to work with the Microsoft Outlook email client is harder than I thought it would be. The only thing I could dig up was the Outlook Privacy Plugin, which I wrote extensively about here in this article. At the time I wrote that article, the plugin version… (5 comments)

Using OpenPGP on the iPhone
Just the other day, I was testing the OpenPGP email encryption system with a reader and he asked me a darn good question of how he can get this to work on his iPhone. Surprisingly, while I have thought about it in the past, I never actively looked for a solution. If you don’t know… (11 comments)

How To Prevent Devices From Installing in Windows
One of the most underutilized feature in Windows for home users has got to be group policy. Anything that you can think of when it comes to administering and securing the operating system is laid out in group policy settings. With that being said though, one could argue that many home users really don’t need… (10 comments)

OpenPGP Support in Outlook 2010 and 2013
Yes folks, it is possible. Surely I’m not the first to document this but it just frustrated me when I realized how difficult it can be to incorporate the OpenPGP system into Microsoft Outlook. With that being said, I am happily using the Thunderbird email client with the Enigmail plugin which allows me to encrypt… (29 comments)