Setup Wireguard VPN Client on Linux to have only selected application having their traffic redirected to the server.
Tutorial to help you configure your own DNS-over-TLS server (DoT).
This is useful if you’re using an Android 9 (Pie) smartphone.
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 →