Anyone here use ? I'd be interested to know your thoughts. I have a spare laptop and feel like trying it out. I love the idea of compartmentalisation and for maximum and , just don't know yet if I'd want to use it on a daily basis, and how it compares to just spinning up multiple VMs in .

Been busy revisiting some writing recently. I have a post coming very soon which will guide beginners from start to finish setting up their own mixnode. I'll then be writing a guide on fundamentals for beginners.

What provider do you use and why? I use DNS Watch by default as it's preset in and my modem. I was originally drawn to for its promises of and no , but I've since noticed all the bad press. I'm interested in OpenDNS and LibreDNS but it would be good to read some kind of in-depth comparison if one is available.

Set up a spare as a mixnode for their testnet, and a Xmrig miner. Will soon have posts written guiding others to do the same.

What type of analytics would you be comfortable with as a visitor to a website?

"’s success, the fact that it is so good at what it does, the fact that it is crapping out a mountain of gold ingots, is terrible for us and society."

My various setups (primary machine, home etc.) seem to challenge me weekly, but the satisfaction of fixing issues and taking back control makes the stress worthwhile. I love , and every day is a school day. I recently repurposed an old 1TB HDD as a and want to try some kind of , but Netflix has become an expectation in the household. Share your / other self-hosting project ideas!

Now running minimal vanilla on my 4B for . Unfortunately I tried but failed to boot with root mounted to . After the third attempt's kernel panic due to "no working init found", I gave up. I now at least have swap disabled on and Pi-hole logs disabled. Any other tips for SD longevity?

πŸ“ New post: 'Let's chat freelearning' --

"My vision for content was always – and largely still is – about raising awareness of, and educating people about, , , and free open source software ()..."

I've now created a public room at -- My intention is to use this room to bring together anyone interested in contributing to made with . I may soon start a range of courses on subjects. Join the room and share your thoughts!

I had ~60GB going spare on my so figured I may as well make the most of it and set up for file sharing across my LAN. I'm allowing access only from mine and my partner's IPs (which are bound to our MACs) but I'm concerned the share isn't encrypted, so anyone could just walk up to the Pi and take out the SD. Any suggestions for securing shares?

My Xmas present is all set up with . Bonus points if you can guess which domains are currently top of the blocked list...

Anyone else using Mailfence for private and secure ? I used to use them as my primary before discovering @protonmail. I've recently paid for Mailfence account so I can set up SMTP on my site ( Haven't managed to get working yet, however...

Who enjoys irony?

My new course features learning about @torproject, their mission, how can be used to protect your , circumvent censorship etc.

As soon as one of my friends tries to enter the course on her company network, it's blocked due to being in their 'Anonymizer Category'.

Is there any way to install add-ons/extensions like Origin or in Ungoogled ?

Or is there a decent tracker list like DDG's I can import into the JS blocking settings in some way? In want to harden Ungoogled Chromium as my backup browser.

Been stuck to my desk this past week but it's been worth it, and I'm edging closer to releasing my Digital Privacy Essentials course.

I now have a fresh install of LMS running on my server, and will be spending the next few days customising the theme and tweaking other settings.

I'll then wrap up the final unit of the course, test and upload, adding various activities and resources in the LMS, before announcing the full release.

If you're interested or just want to share some ideas/thoughts, let me know. Maybe we could all put our minds together in a chatroom or similar.

@moodlenet @privacyint @privacytools @eff @humanetech @fsfe @moznews @alt3 @dajbelshaw - 2/2

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