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New Blogpost pfsense build DIY – enterprise quality firewall/router solution.

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New Blogpost UK VPN Servers added for the United Kingdom - We added four further Servers in the UK, the certificates are available for the download in the client area. Enjoy BBC, SKY and other offers restricted to british IPs The post UK VPN Servers added for the United Kingdom appeared first on vpn & privacy.

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New Blogpost scp resume file - I am certain you reached this point, trying to transfer a large file but the connection dies and you are 99% done? Fear not here is your solution: scp resume file transfer ( upload ) scp resume file transfer ( download ) So the structure is easy The post scp resume file appeared first on vpn & privacy.

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New Blogpost pgp create keys using gpa - Today we ll start the journey to using pgp.  To get started you will need a keypair of pgp keys. This is a private key ( which you should never share with anybody else ) and a public key which you can post anywhere in the world. The public key can be added to documents/files to verify that you “signed” them. So lets dig into our topic: pgp create keys using gpa. Pretty Good Privacy (PGP) is a data encryption and decryption computer program that provi...

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New Blogpost Fast VPN Service Reviews - Fast VPN Service Reviews A new project reached out to us, they are reviewing fast vpns such as our fast internetz.me vpn and also provide a few nice articles on their blog section explaining some benefits of using a vpn and some guides on how to use vpns for specific reasons. They also offer comparisons like best vpn for torrenting and fastest vpn service. We are looking forward for our review. The post Fast VPN Service Reviews appeared first on vpn &...

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New Blogpost Protect dns server from ddos - DNS Servers are difficult to mitigate. Mostly because they use UDP. Most services ( http, https, email, ssh ) rely on TCP. TCP uses a three way handshake this means that every communication has to follow a certain procedure. This allows us to filter out fragments or faulty handshakes. UDP in contrast  you can image it better as a flood of packets. When data is sent using udp, it is seperated into several packages which are simply sent, they find t...

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New Blogpost letsencrypt free ssl certificate - Letsencrypt.org started their public beta yesterday. As you may have already figured out due to the topic: You can grab a free ssl certificate for your website – and it doesn’t stop there, you can not only get certificates for your website, but you can also include multiple subdomains – and of course continue with other domains aswell. There are some rate limits: Rate limit on registrations per IP is currently 10 per 3 hours Rate limit on cert...

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New Blogpost Proxmox update cluster from 3 to 4 - The new Proxmox got released http://pve.proxmox.com/wiki/Roadmap#Proxmox_VE_4.0 on 05.10.2015. You probably ended up here by typing “Proxmox update cluster from 3 to 4” to google. In this article I will outline how i updated my “poor man’s cluster”. My proxmox cluster currently consists of 5 servers hosted @ 3 Datacentres. I will try to add screenshots etc because most people i know prefer a hands on description rather then the technical wri...

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New Blogpost All TAP-Windows adapters on this system are currently in use.

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New Blogpost Updated VPN Certificates - Hello there fellow VPN user. As announced we just updated the openvpn certificates configs on all servers. This article will describe the new changes we introducted. If you are just want to know how to get ur vpn working again: Update your certificates You can find the new version of the certificates inside your dashboard: https://internetz.me/en/dashboard/index New Cipher From now on we are using the cipher AES-256-CBC. Before we used openvpn’s defau...
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