KeePass for multi-page forms and shared domain accounts

I start using KeePass this week after watching a video on keyloggers from DEFCON and after I was made aware of how powerful AES encryption can be after watching a reverse engineering discussion on Wannacry attack last week by Computerphile. Background asides, as soon as I start using KeePass, I run into two significant drawbacks with browser integration. After… Continue reading KeePass for multi-page forms and shared domain accounts


The bots of Twitter

I hate social networks! I hate their invasive policies! Can I have some privacy on the Internet? Goddammit people! Rule number five of the Internet: We do not forgive, we do not forget. That's right. No data on the Internet is safe from scrutiny. No mistake is ever forgiven. Everything is indexed, cached, stored several… Continue reading The bots of Twitter