Did you know that pretty much all websites, no matter the size, are most likely run on Linux? You may be asking yourself why is Linux so popular then?
Interested in creating and enabling swap in Linux? Either way, this post can be beneficial for future reference!
In the past, there was no such thing as a free reliable and safe SSL certificate!!! Boy, has this changed in today’s time!
Have you ever heard your friends bragging about their server uptime? But is it really that important?
Private Internet Access ( or coincidentally P.I.A.), is one of the many VPN companies out there, but what makes them different from everyone else?
Since the very beginning of this blog, we have been talking about kernels. That is the Linux kernel specifically… Now what I’ve come to realize is that maybe some people don’t quite fully understand what a kernel is…
Encrypting files is useful but the majority of the people that try to accomplish such, eventually give up because they find that it is too complicated and tedious… In this post, I will easily describe how to encrypt files on
Java is definitely a great language and all but there are a few kinks here and there that I cannot stand…
Lately, I’ve been experimenting with my Chromebook, and I’ve come across a rather interesting topic… Running an actual Linux distro on your Chromebook?
Reusing passwords is a convenience that most of us could not deal with… BUT, there are a few major factors on why you shouldn’t participate in this ordeal!