If you use duckduckgo.com (and you should!) over TOR, you will be pleased to know this search engine provides an .onion address as well – https://3g2upl4pq6kufc4m.onion.
By using the .onion version of this search engine, your ISP (or any man in the middle, for that matter) will no longer have any records that you have visited duckduckgo.com at all, since all the routing happens over the TOR network, and not over the ‘clear’ Internet. They will, at best, know that you connected to the TOR network, but will have no clue what you are doing on there, what sites you visit, what terms you are searching, none of that. Continue reading
Here are a few DefCon talks that have caught my eye over the years.
Some of the most fun and educational ones I recall, I have gathered here… Continue reading
self sorting list of items based on most popular (visited the most).
Usually applied on the FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) section of some sites.
Or how Reddit’s homepage articles ‘bubble’ up based on the number of votes or visits from users, getting re-sorted all the time. That’s right, you’re building something similarly cool!
TL;DR – HERE it is, in action 🙂
Why? Because you could make a better one. For free. While weird flexing your coding muscles. So win-win-win.
Still don’t believe me? Ok, let’s think about it. What does Pastebin.com actually do? Continue reading
Here’s Part 3 of the most kick-ass car buying guide: buying a USED car.
This part should be the most important to people who want to stay out of debt, and still enjoy most of the benefits of having a decent car.
Just because it’s used it doesn’t mean you shouldn’t enjoy having a car just like a new one. Continue reading
Sometimes people want to buy a car that is new. Ish, I’d advise… Because if you use this information you’ll be the most empowered. And so you’ll be saving heaps of cash to use on more important things. While enjoying having a new car, for all intents and purposes. Continue reading
It’s 2017 and search engines penalize sites that are NOT ‘fast‘ (varnish) and ‘secure‘ (ssl)…
As such, I’ve decided to make this blog fast and secure, by employing the standard technologies (Varnish Cache and free LetsEncrypt.org SSL certificates). Continue reading