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  • Monthly review – July 2020
    Each month, we publish a review that covers essential activities of the last 30 days. This month, we talk about the discussions regarding the Signal PIN, our AMA event, and upcoming content. Read more »
  • Ask Us Anything (AMA): readers ask, we answer – Part 3
    In July 2020, we hosted our first AMA (Ask Us Anything) event. In this article, we categorize and collect some questions and our answers. Read more »
  • Ask Us Anything (AMA): readers ask, we answer – Part 2
    In July 2020, we hosted our first AMA (Ask Us Anything) event. In this article, we categorize and collect some questions and our answers. Read more »
  • KeePassXC for beginners – setup and basic usageKeePassXC for beginners – setup and basic usage
    Weak passwords, reused passwords, or passwords based on “magic formulas” weaken your online security significantly. We suggest password management software to generate strong passwords, store passwords securely, and keep track of passwords. In this tutorial for beginners, we set up and show a typical use case of KeePassXC, an open-source… Read more »
  • Ask Us Anything (AMA): readers ask, we answer – Part 1Ask Us Anything (AMA): readers ask, we answer – Part 1
    In July 2020, we hosted our first AMA (Ask Us Anything) event. In this article, we categorize and collect some questions and our answers. Read more »
  • Monthly review – June 2020
    Each month, we publish a review that covers essential activities of the last 30 days. This month, we talk about passwords, a new Webbkoll feature, Turris OS 5, and more. Read more »
  • Monthly review – May 2020Monthly review – May 2020
    Each month, we publish a review that covers essential activities of the last 30 days. This month, we talk about attacks on hardware, the Permissions Policy, auto-mounting a secondary LUKS-protected disk, and more. Read more »
  • Monthly review – April 2020
    Each month, we publish a review that covers essential activities of the last 30 days. This month, we talk about side-channel attacks, Python 2 EOL (again), Jitsi Meet, and more. Read more »
  • Monthly review – March 2020
    Each month, we publish a review that covers essential activities of the last 30 days. This month, we talk about coronavirus-related news, Let’s Encrypt’s certificate revocation, new attacks on hardware, issues with Tor Browser, and more. Read more »
  • Social engineering: The story of JessikaSocial engineering: The story of Jessika
    In January 2020, we gave another lecture on social engineering and awareness at the University of Regensburg, Germany. During our interactive session, Master students had to invade the privacy of our fictional character Jessika. Each student became a social engineer for this course, and some of them managed to “hack”… Read more »
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