Bypass URLs that make you wait, do something or track you with this browser extension.
With a little time and energy, anyone can build a little computer that kills advertisements and makes browsing more manageable.
In this article, I’ll be sharing and documenting what I’ve learned during a recent situation where I had to install, setup, and configure ClamAV to run on Ubuntu 18.04 systems using real-time or as ClamAV calls it “on-access scanning”.
Source: Installation & Configuration of ClamAV Antivirus on Ubuntu 18.04 (Aaron Brighton)
This post includes SCP examples. SCP or secure copy allows secure transferring of files between a local host and a remote host or between two remote hosts. It uses the same authentication and security as the Secure Shell (SSH) protocol from which it is based. SCP is loved for it’s simplicity, security and pre-installed availability.
Source: SCP Linux – Securely Copy Files Using SCP examples (Hayden James)
Cybersecurity researchers crack the codes of FortuneCrypt, Yatron, WannaCryFake and Avest ransomware, allowing victims to get their files back without paying cyber criminals.
This tutorial shows how to check open ports on your Linux system. This very helpful for troubleshooting to see if the port is use or not.
Source: How to Check Open Ports in Linux (LinOxide)
Introduction The scp command is used to copy files and directories between one computer to another. What is valuable about this utility is the fact that it used ssh to tunnel the copying. This means that the data is encrypted because it rides on ssh’s secure features.
SSH-key-based authentication provides a more secure alternative to password-based authentication. In this tutorial we’ll learn how to set up SSH key-based authentication on a Debian 9 installation.
Trace is a browser add-on/extension for Firefox and Chrome that blocks multiple tracking techniques used by many websites.
If you use Mac OS, you certainly have known about or used Time machine. It is a backup software application distributed with the Apple’s Mac OS X. It is used to backup your data to an external drive, so that you can restore them later from the backup. If you are a fan boy/girl of Time Machine, you need to check out “Cronopete”. It is the clone of Time Machine for Linux operating systems. Using Cronopete, we can easily create periodic backups of a Linux system. It supports popular Linux distributions, including Arch Linux, Debian, Fedora, and Ubuntu.
In this brief guide, we are going to see how to install and use Cronopete in Linux to backup and restore data.