The Intersection of Privacy and Cybersecurity

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Password management is essential to the security of your passwords and thus the security of your online accounts.

You probably know not to reuse passwords or to use weak passwords. You also probably know that you should use a password manager (or currently use one)... Ideally, you'd use a pass...

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This post was originally published on 7 OCT 2021. It has since been revised and updated.

Long story short: Google Chrome sucks for privacy.

Now, with that out the way, I'm here to show you how to download, install, and tweak the Ungoogled Chromium browser.

Bear in mind that installing and...

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This post was originally published on 26 DEC 2020. It has since been revised and updated.

Privacy browsers mostly function the same as your "normal" browsers - but user (read: your) privacy and security are at the forefronts of their functions.

Ideally, these browsers are open-source so that...

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This post was originally published on 8 AUG 2021. It has since been revised and updated.

When configured properly, Mozilla Firefox offers great privacy and security.

However, achieving a higher level of privacy and security in Mozilla Firefox requires many tweaks across all levels. Some users...

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