WordPress is used absolutely everywhere; there are over *76 million* WordPress sites across the Internet. This popularity makes WordPress a large target for attack, so knowing how to secure WordPress is extremely important.
I recently migrated my website away from Ghost and decided to go back to WordPress. Mainly so I didn’t have to maintain a dedicated server for the website. Problem was, I loved the theme I had on my Ghost site, so I wanted to emulate the look at closely as possible. The Hunt I didn’t […]
I’m on holiday enjoying the sun, and I watch a tree moving in the wind. My mind begins to wander and I end up considering, can software be alive? Well, can it?
There is a bug within Synology’s CloudStation application for Ubuntu, whereby the system tray icon is HUGE. So much so that most of the icon is cut off, and it is a complete eye sore. In this post I will show you how to fix the large CloudStation system tray icon in Ubuntu.
I have had a personal website for quite a few years now and for most of that time I have used a CMS (Content Management System). I’ve now decided to move over to a static website, but what is a static website and why the change?
It has been a couple of days since the announcement was made that Microsoft acquires GitHub. As soon as the announcement broke, Fosstodon (my Mastodon instance) was immediately awash with people complaining about the acquisition, stating that Microsoft would inevitably ruin GitHub. For the most part I have stayed pretty quiet on the whole thing, […]
A password book is literally a handwritten book of usernames and passwords. Are they secure, or are password books a bad idea?
It has been 6 months since I decided to de-Google my life. This post is an update on how things have been going, and if I have returned to the big blue G.
I’ve set up Nextcloud on a Raspberry Pi 3+. This post is about my experience so far and whether Nextcloud on a Pi is a viable option for production.
You may have heard of Let’s Encrypt, the free certificate authority who are hell-bent on getting HTTPS *everywhere*. But why is that little green padlock in your browser so important? Let’s take a look…