Wow, the push for ubiquitous encrypted DNS is probably the best thing to come out of 2019.
Hat's off to Mozilla! This feels like the post-Snowden wave of enforcing https on across the net in 2013. By this time next year, we'll all be a lot safer.
AirVPN 3-year plans for €65, nice!
IMHO, AirVPN is one of the better VPN providers out there, especially if you need to use clever techniques to bypass DPI or other censorship/anti-VPN tools.
My biggest gripe about AirVPN is that they don't appear to care about their customer's anonymity.
Both @cryptostorm and mullvad offer accounts without collecting any PII (just a token, no email address necessary).
The Death of SKS PGP Keyservers, and How First Look Media is Handling It https://code.firstlook.media/the-death-of-sks-pgp-keyservers-and-how-first-look-media-is-handling-it
"There is no amount of regulation, transparency, or oversight that will fix the dangers inherent in widespread face surveillance. Only a full ban — a federal ban, covering the use of facial recognition by government agencies, in public places, and in public contracts with private entities — can prevent our nightmares from becoming reality." https://www.buzzfeednews.com/article/evangreer/dont-regulate-facial-recognition-ban-it
PSA: If your email is broken because #GnuPG fetched a poisoned key (ie: @torproject) following the certificate flooding attacks last month (#CVE201913050), here’s a guide on how you can fix your #gpg client and prevent this issue in the future
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