I have been following the development of Purism‘s Librem 13 and 15 laptops for several years. Like many Linux users, I am attracted by the efforts to build secure and free systems, but hesitant about the high prices for mid-list hardware. At the very least, I would want to try before I buy. However, because…Continue reading →
Ignore the actual time count. Answer me this: When would you feel more secure, knowing that your favorite distribution has been attacked and is now under scrutiny, or thinking — or rather not thinking — that your Linux may have been a target of a dedicated attack? In other words, if there’s a security problem,…Continue reading →
Say you work for Mashley Faddison, an online dating site which handles sensitive user information. Say you suspect somebody is fiddling with files that should best be left alone. Say you want to catch said somebody in the act…Continue reading →
To many users, security begins and ends with anti-virus and malware protection and regular software updates. But there is much more to security, and the more you understand the reasoning behind it, the more you can make intelligent choices when applying system security measures.Continue reading →
A feel good story for today: after months of making very little progress, the GPG crowdfunding campaign took off last night big time after Julia Angwin published an article about the project’s dire financial situation in ProPublica.
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