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How to find HTTPS Everywhere

Connecting to websites using HTTPS is much more secure. But knowing which websites support it can be tricky, and it’s a hassle to use sometimes. If you use HTTPS Everywhere, you don’t have to worry about any of that while still reaping the security benefits. 374 more words

Mozilla Firefox

Echelon Double Access Storage Doors Door Size: 20.5" High (Standard), Door Options: No Add-Ons

Reviews Echelon Double Access Storage Doors Door Size: 20.5″ High (Standard), Door Options: No Add-Ons for sale

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(SPC) FRONT FENDER ADD-ONS SIL HON 25. If you looking for (SPC) FRONT FENDER ADD-ONS SIL HON 25. 77 more words

Google Deaf to End-Users

Google is falling into the same stuck-in-their-ways pattern as Microsoft. As we all know, one of the dangers of becoming a large, established corporation is the loss of agility and innovation. 372 more words

Saying yes to NoScript is saying no to exploits

Note: This post applies primarily to Mozilla Firefox.
 

If you’re looking for a safer internet browsing experience, or if you just want to play YouTube videos after a click and not automatically, NoScript is for you. 659 more words

Mozilla Firefox

Update: Collusion is Now Called Lightbeam

In one of my earliest posts, I mentioned a Firefox add-on called “Collusion”, which displayed third-party tracking cookies in a circle graph, allowing you to see from what sites these cookies are coming. 233 more words

Nürburgring is coming to iRacing!

My first virtual laps around Nürburgring were in Gran Turismo and I hated it. The track is 13 miles long with too many turns to memorize. 78 more words