When I’m on my home Wi-Fi, I rarely connect to a VPN. When I’m out, I always make the habit of doing so, except when I forget. I was hoping VPN clients would have a feature to automatically connect based on a list of networks, but after some quick research, I guess not. Maybe I’m… Continue reading Connecting to a VPN automatically when not at home
These are the slides for a recent talk on osquery I gave at a DevOpsCT meetup.
Recently I remember I was keeping a backup of my OpenPGP keys on an external hard drive that any day now could just cease to work. After my first attempts with PGP/GPG where I lost my private keys and could no longer revoke them, I wasn’t planning on loosing another one again. After reading what… Continue reading Backup OpenPGP keys on paper
When it comes to implementing authentication on web apps, one solution you’ll definitely hear about first are cookies. Cookie-based authentication uses a server side cookies to authenticate the user on every request. This means that you’ll need to keep a session store, whether it’s on a database or on something like Redis. A solution you’ll… Continue reading Auth with JSON Web Tokens