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Pi-hole, NextDNS, ad blockers, and Cloudflare are all different technologies that can be used to improve internet security and privacy, but they each have their own specific features and functions. Pi-hole is a type of software that can be installed on a local device, such as a Raspberry Pi, and […]
The current state of security forces us to think of new ways to protects our accounts. You must use 2FA, two-factor, dual factor, multi-factor authentication for your accounts to keep your accounts safe. But with the rapid adoption of new authenticator apps to manage logging into websites means we are […]
Security should be one of the top things to check on your Router Firewall. Consider that the U.S., Britain, and Australian government have recently accused the Russian government of maliciously targeting global internet equipment (home routers) for political and economic espionage. Firmware/software updates to your equipment can help to secure […]
Without having to reinvent the wheel, you can find information on how to secure your data from the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST.) As system administrators we use NIST for quite a few references. Namely, the NIST National Vulnerability Security Database. NIST has established standards for just about […]