Marc Dahan

Marc is a technology journalist with over 15 years experience. He specializes in content related to emerging technologies, cybersecurity, big data, privacy, artificial intelligence, and the politics of technology. He has worked for some of the largest tech companies, such as Deluxe Digital, Sony and Autodesk. During his time at Autodesk, he gave a series of talks on digital security and privacy, designed to give people the means to secure various aspects of their digital lives. Marc is passionate about online privacy and digital freedom.

Articles by Marc

Email is inherently insecure. Because of that many email providers today offer "secure" email services. We take a look at the best of these secure email providers and evaluate how private each platform actually is.
By Marc Dahan in VPN & Privacy on June 3, 2021
Trojan Horses are one of the most successful malware attacks. In this post we look at what Trojan Horse malware is, what it does and how you can avoid it.
By Marc Dahan in Blog on February 1, 2024
pfSense is an open-source router/firewall, based on FreeBSD. In this post we'll show you how to create an OpenVPN client connection to a commercial VPN provider using pfSense.
By Marc Dahan in VPN & Privacy on November 18, 2020
The Venona files provide a rare glimpse into the world of high stakes spycraft. In this post, we discuss some key elements that enabled the Americans to break the Soviet code.
By Marc Dahan in Information Security on November 12, 2020
In this post, we provide an overview of every menu available in the pfSense web configurator after a default installation, with screenshots.
By Marc Dahan in VPN & Privacy on October 12, 2022
Rooting your Android phone enables you to do some cool things with your phone you couldn't otherwise do. But what is rooting? How does it work? And what are the risks associated with rooting your Android phone?
By Marc Dahan in Information Security on October 29, 2020
The latest attempt by the U.S. government to undermine encryption is a piece of legislation called the EARN IT act. In this post, we break it down and discuss how it could affect privacy, free speech and encryption.
By Marc Dahan in Blog on November 10, 2021
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