Alacritty: The Fastest Terminal Emulator in Existence. Cross Platform

Alacritty is the fastest terminal emulator in existence.

Alacritty is the fastest terminal emulator in existence. Using the GPU for rendering enables optimizations that simply aren’t possible without it. Alacritty currently supports macOS, Linux, BSD, and Windows.

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MPV + youtube-dl

Watching online videos can be annoying most of the time. Ads, annotations, not to mention cookies and history that you leave behind.

So here’s a quick and easy way to improve not only your visual experience, but also improve your privacy and ( if you’re using a laptop ) some battery life: mpv player + youtube-dl.

Don’t be fooled by the “youtube” in “youtube-dl”. This nifty little program, or plugin or add-on however you want to call it, supports a shitload of websites.

So let’s get started with this short and sweet tutorial….

Continue reading “MPV + youtube-dl” is Out of Beta. Free, Open Source, Chat Client Based on Matrix is out of beta. is a free, open source and decentralized chatting platform based on the Matrix protocol for real-time communication offering end-to-end encryption. It can bridge other communications via others protocols such Slack or IRC, and it’s available cross-platform ( including web browsers ). For more info check out the official webpage.

PS: while we at it, here’s why you don’t want to use Slack.

PS2: for everything else there’s Signal.

Passphraseme: A Quick and Simple Way to Generate High Entropy Passphrases

Passphraseme is a quick and simple cryptographically secure script to generate high entropy passphrases using the Electronic Frontier Foundation’s wordlists, including their fandom-inspired wordlists.

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Whonix: The Beginner’s Guide

So what the hell is Whonix?

Whonix is a desktop operating system designed for advanced security and privacy. Whonix mitigates the threat of common attack vectors while maintaining usability. Online anonymity is realized via fail-safe, automatic, and desktop-wide use of the Tor network. A heavily reconfigured Debian base is run inside multiple virtual machines, providing a substantial layer of protection from malware and IP address leaks. Commonly used applications are pre-installed and safely pre-configured for immediate use. The user is not jeopardized by installing additional applications or personalizing the desktop. Whonix is under active development and is the only operating system designed to be run inside a VM and paired with Tor.

Jump over the break to learn how to get whonix up and running….

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