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How I encrypt my backups in the cloud

One think that I do in order to secure my data is to use encryption. So why shouldn’t I do the same with the sensitive files of my websites. 135 more words


ERROR: One or more PGP signatures could not be verified!

Since I had to look this up too many times already, I thought I better write a quick blog post on how to resolve this, so I won’t need to dig in this… 122 more words


Interview with Daniela Saadeh: winner of the IOP Gravitational Physics Group (GPG) thesis prize

CQG is proud to sponsor the IOP Gravitational Physics Group (GPG) thesis prize. This year the prize was awarded to Daniela Saadeh, who we have interviewed below. 804 more words


Pretty Good Security

Seems like a lot of companies are getting hacked these days, even companies that put a lot of effort into security. There are a lot of reasons for this, but I believe there are three main causes. 5,837 more words

Blue Team

SL7: enable EPEL repos

there is a vast repo for packages not (officially?) maintainted by redhat. to enable this repo (called EPEL) the following steps are needed:

  1. get and install the epel rpm file: …
  2. 68 more words

GPG, encryption, and signatures

A useful feature of this blog, at least for me, is getting me to do the things I should be doing. I’d let my GPG software slip to the point that it didn’t work with my current version of Thunderbird. 301 more words