Category: open source

Getting a Let's Encrypt certificate without root on a cPanel domain

system, hacks, open source, privacy
I'm a big fan of my friends and colleagues at [Let's Encrypt](, an effort to make it easier to encrypt the web by offering web encryption certificates for free, for ever. At first, free Let's Encrypt (LE) certificates were no… more »

Is it hard to install PGP on a Mac?

hacks, open source, privacy, usability
So what if you don't want the NSA to see a particular file or email? If they're really wiretapping the whole goddamn internet, how can you keep secrets? Well, you have to encrypt them. And the standard for strong encryption is PGP -- [Pretty Good Pri… more »

Turning Tables on Censor Circumvention

hacks, open source, privacy, research, usability
Stanford's crypto group has just released a neat piece of research: [Flash Proxies]( The idea is very cool: create a ton of censorship-circumvention nodes directly in web browsers and then coordinate traffic b… more »

mvsha1dir: Move a file to a hash-named directory

hacks, open source, secrecy, development
In 2007 I wrote a simple script that I use all the time: [mvmd5dir]. [mvmd5dir]: It's a script that takes a file or list of files and moves each to a separate directory where the file's md5sum -- a [c… more »

Firefox and Foreground Cookie Windows

hacks, open source, photos, usability
Today I was reminded of a behavior I'm not a big fan of in FireFox: foregrounding of cookie allow/deny dialog windows when I click on a link in another application. Here's what happened, and possibly how you can reproduce it: 1. First, I run firef… more »
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