Here you can find any useful bits of info I think might be useful to share, and a few rants about how to do security (and other things) properly.

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Dec 3, 2019

A Better Windows 10+WSL SSH Experience

Windows 10 ships with two awesome features for users and developers who still work in Linux land. The first is the Windows Subsystem for Linux, which implements a subset of the Linux Kernel's system calls to allow you to run native Linux userland utilities such as bash and friends, and ssh. Windows 10 also includes a native build of OpenSSH, which means you don't even need to use WSL to SSH into your other machines! Read more

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  • A Better Windows 10+WSL SSH Experience - Dec 3, 2019
  • Creating TPM-Backed Certificates on Windows - Dec 2, 2019
  • PSA: Don’t Store 2FA Codes in Password Managers - Mar 18, 2019
  • 2FA: Not All Factors Are Created Equal - Feb 28, 2019