I was wondering what would be the top 3 or top 5 themes for this event in my community. So far, thinking of:
1. password management
2. email security (spam/phishing/viruses)
3. web browsers and adblockers (cookies, trackers, ...)
I was also planing on talking only about #opensource solutions.
What do you think?
The #SmallWeb is Beautiful: A Study of Web Development as if People Mattered. https://benhoyt.com/writings/the-small-web-is-beautiful
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I suggest Bitwarden for those ready to migrate
LastPass’ free tier will become a lot less useful next month
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During this week, I find a lot of new talks of:
The Great Firewall Of America
Talking about #censorship in US with the Parler example and throttling of internet encrypted traffic.
It would be useful to see if anyone else had similar issues.
Try playing: https://www.maths.manchester.ac.uk/cryptography_competition/problem.php?index=1
1. and 2. should be easily solvable. 3. is harder, but solution is really awesome. I am attacking 4. now:)
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