This article describes in great details the operation of 2 DNS-over-HTTPS servers.
How they are setup and on which providers.
It also contains the different information needed to use them.
This is my unbiased reviews of a Technical Debt analyser called NDepends for C# and Visual Studio. I’ve used the program on my SoundSwitch project.
Introduction In my previous article/tutorial, I’ve explained how to setup your own DNS-over-HTTPS (DoH) server using Nginx, Certbot, dnscrypt-proxy and dns-over-https. In this article I’ll explain to you how to add Pi-Hole into the mix to block the unwanted advertising…. Continue Reading →
Introduction Traditional DNS queries and responses are sent over UDP or TCP without encryption. This is vulnerable to eavesdropping and spoofing (including DNS-based Internet filtering). Responses from recursive resolvers to clients are the most vulnerable to undesired or malicious changes,… Continue Reading →
Thanks to @Niko-O, a memory leak should now be plugged. SoundSwitch was keeping all the different icons it encountered and never disposed of them. I implemented a 5 minutes cache to avoid this. Also, the Portuguese translation has been corrected,… Continue Reading →
Thanks to @plextoriano, SoundSwitch can be used in Spanish now. Release Changelog v4.3 (2018-03-10) Full Changelog Closed issues: Unable to set shortcut #241 Switch Device by system time #235 Merged pull requests: Spanish language added #244 (plextoriano) Algo Hash SHA-256… Continue Reading →
At work we’re using debian packaging to prepare our release, this mean we need to prepare the changelog, commit the change on the changelog and tag the release. Moreover we need to track what the current release number and to… Continue Reading →
It seems the rewrite of SoundSwitch brought a possible race condition between the main thread and the thread managing the detection of the hotkeys pressing. Release Changelog v4.2 (2017-12-03) Full Changelog Implemented enhancements: Rewrite of the core of SoundSwitch… Continue Reading →