Aaron Phillips is a technical writer from the Boston metro area. He likes Apple phones, Android tablets, Raspberry Pi, streaming media, and smooth transitions from third to first person.
Connecting to the internet through a VPN is steadily getting more mainstream as ISPs and governments take an increasing interest in your browsing habits. But what good is a VPN if you forget to use it? Or if the connection drops and you don’t notice? If you’re already committed to browsing the web anonymously, setting up a VPN kill switch on your Linux desktop will make sure your data is encrypted.
Sometimes it’s useful to know the manufacturer of a given network adapter. Wireshark makes that information easy to find by performing an automatic OUI lookup on every captured frame. Here’s everything you need to know about OUI in Wireshark. What is an OUI? An Organizational Unique Identifier (OUI) is a code embedded in the first […]
Our security research team has uncovered a critical vulnerability in the popular WordPress plugin WP WebinarSystem. Due to a flaw in their code, it is possible for attackers to store and execute malicious code on any server running this plugin. We recommend all users update immediately. What is WP WebinarSystem? WP WebinarSystem is a WordPress […]