Monthly Archives: November 2014

Network Security Protections when not in the office…

So in a previous life, I worked for a large enterprise which had many laptop users and a good size remote workforce. When I first took my laptop home for the night, I realized that for one, I could connect to any wireless network… and two I was no longer behind my web filtering servers. This article reminded me on how often this issue is overlooked: Postal Service Suspends Telecommuting

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Build your own Tor Router with a Raspberry Pi

In a recent episode of the Paul’s Security Weekly podcast, they covered a tech segment on how to build your own Raspberry Pi Tor router. There have been quite of few of these popping up ever since the Anonabox debacle that happened a few weeks ago. In any event, I decided to give this version a go. I had the Pi lying around, so it seemed like a fun project to try.

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