Month: November 2018

Month: November 2018

Comparing Windows vs GNU/Linux in Security, Stability, and Versatility
November 10, 2018 cybersecurity,FOSS,Learning/Educational,security Zian Smith

  It is no secret that the FOSS (Free Open Source Software) community has always preferred GNU/Linux over Microsoft Windows. Not only in technical areas where security or stability is needed, but also in just moral terms such as privacy and freedom.  However, this preference is not limited to hobbyists. Government agencies like the Department
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Mobile Messaging Privacy Using Signal
November 2, 2018 Learning/Educational Zian Smith

There are tons of messaging apps available today for both iPhone and Android. Few of them offer any genuine sense of security and privacy. For example, if you use the default calling app on your phone to call a friend, your call is not encrypted and therefore not private. Sometimes privacy is something we crave
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Freedom in Tech Creates Freedom in Society
November 1, 2018 Free Software Zian Smith

“Free Tech” is Technology that gives Freedom. Many Americans today take for granted the fact that the “Bill of Rights” is in their constitution. The Bill of Rights is a document that gives every American 10 freedoms. The Bill of Rights was made to ensure that every citizen was granted certain freedoms that could not
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